Saturday 8:00 pm June 1, 2019
Sunday 2:30 pm June 2, 2019
Beethoven's Ninth is the unquestioned champion of the concert hall, a work that sums up the Classical age, looks forward to what would follow, and has come to represent courage, hope, and triumph around the world. Every December, innumerable Ninths are performed throughout Maestro Shimono's homeland to mark the turn of the year. SSV last played it to packed houses for the Symphony's 10th anniversary, This June it will be introduced by one of Dvořák's most joyful short works, festive and deeply felt.
This concert is part of Subscription Series A, B, E, & F
Program length: 86 minutes.
Conductor: Tatsuya Shimono
Soloist(s): Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale
Antonín Dvořák: Te Deum, Op.103
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125