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2012- 2013 Leach Theatre Campus Performing Arts Series

 

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra


Tuesday, January 29, 2013

7:30 pm


Adult $38 / Youth $28
First 75 S&T students with student ID free; additional S&T students - $10

Call 573-341-4219

SOLD OUT

Performance to be conducted by: Daniel Stewart

Program

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro Overture, K.492 (1786)

Haydn: Symphony No. 104 in D major, "London" (1795)
Adagio; Allegro
Andante
Menuet; Allegro
Finale: Spiritoso

INTERMISSION

Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C minor, op. 67 (1807-08)
Allegro con brio
Andante con moto
Allegro--
Allegro

Founded in 1880, the St. Louis Symphony is recognized internationally as an ensemble of the highest caliber, performing a broad musical repertoire with skill and spirit. The STL Symphony continues to build upon its reputation for musical excellence while maintaining its commitment to local education and community activities. The STL Symphony was founded on the belief that great music should be available to everyone. Through a series of innovative and nationally recognized community-oriented activities, including many education and outreach programs, the musicians of the orchestra have shared their love for music with millions and introduced classical music to those who otherwise might not have been exposed to it.


Sponsored in part by

BOTT Radio

Vincent and Sally Carpenter

Funded in part by The Maxwell C. Weiner Foundation

Since the show is sold out, there will be no back row seats available.

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