Harrisburg Symphony to Premiere Jeremy Gill's New Work Based on Tolkien
Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra will continue its 88th season on January 6-7 with the World Premiere of Jeremy Gill's Ainulindalë (based on J.R.R. Tolkien's The Silmarillion).
The HSO will also present pianist Adam Golka performing one of the best of the Mozart piano concertos, Piano Concerto No. 25 in C.
They will round out the program with Dvorak's Symphony No. 7, which many feel is his finest symphony. Music director Stuart Malina will conduct.
The world premiere of Jeremy Gill's Ainulindalë was commissioned by The Lois Lehrman Grass Foundation. Additional funding is provided by the Cultural Enrichment Fund and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Media support provided by WHTM abc27.
Concerts take place in the historic Forum, located at 5th and Walnut Streets in Harrisburg. For tickets and more information, go to HarrisburgSymphony.org.
The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra (HSO) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. The HSO presents inspiring symphonic performances by its orchestra and also provides educational programs for audiences of all ages. Our mission is to foster an appreciation for and knowledge of music, thereby enriching the cultural life of Central Pennsylvania. For more details about the HSO, visit HarrisburgSymphony.org.