Arts and Culture

Beethoven’s Second

Arild Remmereit leads Beethoven’s graceful Second Symphony. These concerts also feature the Piano Concerto of the 17-year-old Clara Wieck, composed shortly after she fell in love with Robert Schumann.

Russian Masters

André Laplante plays the blistering Third Piano Concerto of Prokofiev.

selections from Spring Festival: Mozart and more

Two separate programs, featuring the RPO’s string, wind, and percussion sections.

Arild Remmereit, conductor

Christopher Returns!

RPO Conductor Laureate Christopher Seaman returns to conduct the regal First Symphony of Sir Edward Elgar and celebrate his 70th birthday.

Passionate Classics

The strength and nobility of Brahms’ Fourth and final Symphony place it among his most profound achievements.

Valentine’s Romance

This concert includes Richard Strauss’ romantic Der Rosenkavalier, alongside the delicate Rose Absolute by Japanese-born Karen Tanaka.

Viennese New Year

Arild Remmereit conducts Viennese favorites of Lehár, Strauss, and Imre Kálmán, plus the Fourth Symphony of Gustav Mahler.

Boléro

Bolero is one of the most popular works in the entire repertoire. Arild Remmereit also conducts Roberto Sierra’s sizzling Symphony No. 4, and the Latin American Dances of Gabriela Lena Frank.

Dvořák’s New World

Günther Herbig conducts one of the most beloved symphonies in the entire repertoire: Dvořák’s love letter to America, the "New World" Symphony.

Saint-Saëns’ Thundering“ Organ Symphony”

Michael Butterman, in his Philharmonics Series debut, leads Saint-Saëns' "Organ Symphony," plus Mozart's symphonic postcard to Paris. 

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