ABOUT THIS CONCERT
“This piece is from the heart,” wrote Tchaikovsky of his Serenade for Strings, and heartfelt sentiment shines forth in every moment of this beloved masterpiece, which includes some of his most memorable melodies. Gabriela Ortiz’s Tepito brings to life the color and energy of Mexico City’s Tepito neighborhood. Puccini’s expressive Chrysanthemums begins the concert.
Before the concert: Musical Ambassador Carlos Andrés Botero hosts Prelude discussion live on Zoom. Ticket holders get a link to learn more about the musicians and the night’s repertoire.
Saturday’s performance will be livestreamed and tickets are on sale now. Due to social distancing requirements, in person seating for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday is very limited and current 2020–21 Season subscribers receive priority. Robust safety measures will be in place for all performances.
Single tickets $20, or save 25% with a livestream package – view details here
How to View the Concert Livestream Video
On the day before the concert, you will receive a new email with a link to the video. If you purchase a ticket after Friday evening, the link will be in your confirmation email. We recommend you access the link at least 10 minutes before the concert begins. A recording will be available to you at the same link for 24 hours following the concert. If you did not purchase a ticket before the concert, you can still buy a ticket to access the recording until 7 p.m. central on the Sunday after the performance. Livestream FAQs
Estimated running time: 1 hour
Yoonshin Song, violin
Rodica Gonzalez, violin
Wei Jiang, viola
Christopher French, cello
GABRIELA ORTIZ Tepito: Barrio de Resistencia
Matthew Roitstein, flute
Mark Nuccio, clarinet
Maki Kubota, cello
Scott Holshouser, piano
TCHAIKOVSKY Serenade in C major for Strings, Op. 48
Yoonshin Song, violin and leader