The Utah Symphony Presents An Evening Of Works From Mozart And Haydn
On February 2 and 3, join the Utah Symphony and guest pianist Ronald Brautigam as they continue the 2017-18 Masterworks series with a program of Mozart & Haydn's greatest works, under the direction of guest conductor Patrick Dupré Quigley. Tickets are priced from $23 to $83 and can be purchased at utahsymphony.org or by calling (801) 533-6683
Between the unparalleled classical genius of Mozart and Haydn and a stupendous lineup of famed works, an evening full of pure enjoyment is guaranteed for all listeners. Haydn's captivating yet unpredictable Symphony "No. 99" shares the stage with two significant works by Mozart, the sophisticated "Jeunehomme" Concerto, and the beloved "Eine kleine Nachtmusik."
Ronald Brautigam has rightfully claimed his reputation as one of Holland's most respected musicians, performing regularly with leading orchestras like the London Philharmonic, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Royal Concertgebouw, among others. Mr. Brautigam has recorded over 60 works with the Swedish label BIS, including the complete works of Mozart and Haydn, and the 15-CD Beethoven cycle, both on fortepiano. Mr. Brautigam's last appearance with the Utah Symphony was in November of 2013, when he performed Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto.
GRAMMY nominated conductor Patrick Dupré Quigley is the Founder and Artistic Director of Seraphic Fire and the Firebird Chamber Orchestra. Mr. Quigley is a coveted guest conductor, taking the podium everywhere from the San Francisco Symphony to the Naples Philharmonic. Mr. Quigley is the recipient of the Robert Shaw Conducting Fellowship and the Louis Botto Award for his leadership of Seraphic Fire.
A pre-concert lecture free to all ticketholders will take place at all Masterworks Series performances in Abravanel Hall's First Tier Room 45 minutes prior to each performance.
The Utah Symphony presents
Mozart & Haydn
February 2 & 3, 2018 | 7:30 PM | Abravanel Hall
Patrick Dupré Quigley, conductor
Ronald Brautigam, piano
MOZART "Overture" to "Così fan tutte"
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 9 "Jeunehomme"
MOZART "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"
HAYDN Symphony "No. 99"
SPONSORS:Concert Sponsors: Utah Symphony Guild
Conductor Sponsor: The Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation
Tickets are priced from $23 to $83 and can be purchased at utahsymphony.org or by calling (801) 533-6683. $15 student tickets are available for this performance, as is a $30 family pass (2 adults, 2 children with additional children $5 each).
Students ages 5 and older can attend most Utah Symphony Masterworks and Entertainment concerts for only $15 ($20 on the day of the performance.) Students can attend as many performances as they'd like with the $59 All-Access Student Season Pass, or, for only $99, they can bring a friend with the All-Access Student Duet Season Pass. Valid student ID is required to participate.
About the Utah SymphonyFounded in 1940, the Utah Symphony performs more than 175 concerts each season and offers all Utahns easy access to world-class live musical performances of the world's greatest music in the state's top venues. Since being named the orchestra's seventh music director in 2009, Thierry Fischer has attracted leading musicians and top soloists, refreshed programming, drawn increased audiences, and galvanized community support. In addition to numerous regional and domestic tours, including the Mighty 5 Tour of Utah's national parks, the Utah Symphony has embarked on seven international tours and performed at Carnegie Hall in Spring 2016 coinciding with the orchestra's 75th anniversary celebrations.
The Utah Symphony has released more than 100 recordings, including Mahler's Symphony No. 8 in Fall 2017, Mahler's Symphony No. 1 (2015) and Dawn to Dust (2016), which features three Utah Symphony-commissioned works by Nico Muhly, Andrew Norman, and Augusta Read Thomas. Utah Symphony | Utah Opera, the orchestra's parent organization, reaches 450,000 residents in Utah and the Intermountain region, with educational outreach programs serving around 75,000 students annually. In addition to performances in its home in Salt Lake City, Abravanel Hall, and concerts throughout the state of Utah, the Utah Symphony participates in Utah Opera's four annual productions at the Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre and presents the six-week Deer Valley Music Festival each summer in Park City, Utah. With its many subscription, education, and outreach concerts and tours, the Utah Symphony is one of the most engaged orchestras in the nation. For more information visit www.utahsymphony.org