Beethoven and Strauss Presented by New World Symphony

Beethoven and Strauss Presented by New World Symphony

NWS Fellows offer an electrifying evening in this season’s final performance at the Adrienne Arsht Center. Cristian Măcelaru, a University of Miami Frost School of Music graduate and new Chief Conductor of Cologne’s WDR Symphony Orchestra, commands the podium in Richard Strauss’ Don Juan. Brimming with passion, this heroic tone poem reframes the famed heartbreaker’s pursuits.

Performing together for over four decades, the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio combines three acclaimed solo artists into one dynamite performance of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Triple Concerto. The thrilling frenzy of George Enescu’s virtuosic First Romanian Rhapsody is grounded in the folk and gypsy traditions of his homeland, while J.S. Bach’s celebrated Ricercar undergoes an inventive reimagining in Anton Webern’s arrangement for chamber orchestra.


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