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Concert 3 in our Classics Series celebrates the future. Mozart’s last symphony, his 41st, also known as the “Jupiter Symphony,” is a revolutionary piece of music composed way ahead of its time. Some have said that the Jupiter sums up what had happened in symphonic music up to that point, and that it foreshadows the work of Beethoven. We celebrate this forward-looking piece of music on our concert journey and recognize its representation of the SOST’s commitment to the musicians of the future.
Our guest musician performing along with the orchestra in Haydn’s Cello Concerto No. 2, is young cellist Gabriel Cabezas. Now 21 years old, he won the 15th Annual Sphinx String Competition in 2012 and has performed with the Detroit Symphony, New York Philharmonic and Cleveland Orchestra. Cabezas is truly a musician of the future you don’t want to miss!
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Mr. Cabezas' appearance made possible in part by the Beaumont Music Commission Charlene L. Kiker Guest Artist Endowment.