Let the celebrations begin! Sinfonietta Nova is five years old this season, and in celebration of this musical landmark, we will premiere a newly commissioned piece plus feature some of the world’s most beloved themes and variations.
Our first concert of the season will include a varied collection of works by Rossini, Haydn, and Brahms. The audience also will be treated to Variations on a Korean Folk Song by John Barnes Chance. Chance was captivated by a folk song he heard while serving in the US Army in Korea in the late 1950s, and his composition won the American Bandmasters Association coveted Oswald Award.
The “surprise” of the opening concert is a birthday gift: Open Music (2012), a newly commissioned work by New Jersey composer Edgar Girtain.
Girtain – Open Music (2012)
A commissioned work to celebrate Sinfonietta Nova’s 5th Season
Rossini – Variations for Clarinet and Small Orchestra
Joseph D’Auguste, Clarinet
Haydn – Symphony 94, “Surprise”
Chance – Variations on a Korean Folk Song
Brahms – Variations on a Theme of Haydn
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