Austin Symphony Orchestra

Bella and the Beast

Jan 12 - Jan 13

Event Details

  • Fri, Jan. 12
    8:00 pm
  • Sat, Jan. 13
    8:00 pm

The Long Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit dedicated to broadening the appreciation and enhancing the enjoyment of the cultural arts.

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Austin Symphony Orchestra presents “Bella and the Beast,” featuring Rossini, Bach, Stravinsky, Hovhaness & Haydn, January 12 – 13 in Dell Hall.

The Austin Symphony starts the new year with a bang! The talented and beautiful Bella Hristova will perform the beastly Stravinsky Violin Concerto in D Major (hence the name “Bella and the Beast”). The night will also have the contemporaries give nods to the greats of the Baroque and Classical Era. This is one you don’t want to miss. Bring that special someone because the ASO has “Something for Everyone.”

Still want more? How about playing on some string instruments provided by our friends at Violins Etc.? We also have a wonderful pre-concert talk given by Bob Buckalew at 7:10pm. How about “tweeting” with out musicians and ASO staff? Take a photo in front of our photo wall. The Austin Symphony has “Something for Everyone.”

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All artists, programs & dates subject to change.

Program

  • Gioachino Rossini — Overture to Semiramide
  • J.S. Bach — Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, BWV 1048
  • Igor Stravinsky — Violin Concerto in D Major
  • Alan Hovhaness — Celestial Fantasy
  • Joseph Haydn — Symphony No. 94 in G Major, Surprise

About Austin Symphony Orchestra

Founded in 1911, the Austin Symphony Orchestra is Austin’s oldest performing arts group. The ASO offers a complete season of musical and education programming. Masterworks concerts include a series of eight concert pairs running monthly September through May in the state-of-the-art Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long Center for the Performing Arts. Our season also features the Sarah & Ernest Butler Pops Series, programming for the entire family, including the Halloween Children’s Concert and the Christmas in the Community, as well as the James C. Armstrong Youth Educations Programs.

 

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