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These concerts are included in the base subscription package.
A special opening night is in store for you! Join us as we kick off our 85th anniversary in style with cellist Joshua Roman. The concert includes works by Cleveland composer Margaret Brouwer, Beethoven’s glorious 8th Symphony, and concludes with Elgar’s lush Cello Concerto.
Internationally recognized pianist Michelle Cann will be featured on Florence Price’s Piano Concerto in One Movement. Florence was the first black woman to have a work performed by an American orchestra. On this concert, Price’s concerto will be played alongside works by Franck, Strauss, and the ever-popular Tchaikovsky.
Rachel Barton Pine’s passionate playing will shine during Sibelius’ Violin Concerto. The second half of the performance features Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky. This work, originally based on pictures by artist Viktor Hartmann, will include all-new visuals in collaboration with the Canton Museum of Art and the Massillon Museum.
Rimsky-Korsakov’s dazzling Scheherazade was based on the One Thousand and One Nights and features a delightful violin solo. Following this storybook performance, pianist Sheng Cai will surround the audience with gorgeous sounds during Saint-Saëns’ Piano Concerto. Known as the “Egyptian”, the piece displays influences of Spanish and Middle-Eastern music.
Audience favorite, Westwater Arts, returns to Canton with their stunning photochoreography. Images from Mexico – both modern and ancient – will be dynamically projected above the stage and choreographed to the music. An event you will not want to miss!
Canton organist, Heather Cooper, returns by popular demand! Last seen on our stage in 2020, Heather returns to perform several triumphant pieces written for organ and orchestra. Traditional composers for the organ will be heard (Strauss, Widor, Bach) alongside modern pieces.
The Canton Symphony Chorus is back! Quartel’s setting of the Requiem text was inspired by the golden and lush landscape of the west coast. The piece will be followed by Dvořák’s Te Deum, written for orchestra, chorus, soprano, and bass. The season will end with a glorious finish with Ravel’s Daphnis and Chloe.
These concerts may be added to your subscription before public access.