“An orchestra capable of playing in the big leagues, as evidenced by one of the most superb performances of Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 in G minor this reviewer has ever heard.”
Programming classical music concerts in the 21st century presents its own set of challenges. Ideally, a modern-day program should blend old and new in a way where the two complement and enhance one another.
The most salient point of Camerata’s impressive artwork (after my unforgettable hairstyle, of course) is that these pieces by Cherubini, Martucci, and Mendelssohn are truly gems, giving us a rare program of all undervalued masterpieces.
The Orchestra for the Next Generation plays “Peter Rabbit” and other classical favorites for the next generation of audiences.