Arizona Symphony Orchestra
Thomas Cockrell, conductor
2001-2002 Season

September 22 and 23

Nostalgia and Revolution:  Early 20th Century Vienna

Hosted by Robert Sherman, radio host, WQXR, New York 
Associate Professor of Art History Paul Ivey
Numerous faculty and student soloists

  • J. Strauss Jr.:  Emperor Waltzes
  • Brahms and Berg:  selections from their works for clarinet and piano (1894 and 1914)
       Faculty artists Jerry Kirkbride, clarinet
       Rex Woods, piano
  • Mahler:  Rückertlieder
       Faculty artist Wanda Brister, mezzo-soprano
  • R. Strauss:  Final Trio and Duet from Der Rosenkavalier
  • Schoenberg:  Five Pieces for Orchestra, op. 16
  • Schoenberg:  A Survivor from Warsaw
    Grayson Hirst, faculty narrator
    Men of the Arizona and Symphonic Choirs
           Bruce Chamberlain, director

October 20 and 21

  • Schubert:  Quartet, "Death and the Maiden"        First movement, Animé Quartet
  • Dvorák:  Cello Concerto in B minor
      Nancy Green, faculty soloist
  • Beethoven:  Symphony No. 3, "Eroica"

November 15-18   UA Opera Theatre

  • Mozart:  The Magic Flute
December 5   Joint Concert:  UA Symphony, UA Wind Ensemble and the Arizona Choir
  • Silvestre Revueltas:  Sensemayá
  • Brahms:  Variations on a Theme by Haydn
January 25-27  Mexico Tour

Performances at the Alamos Music Festival and in Hermosillo. 

February 2 and 3 

Annual President's Concert

  • Silvestre Revueltas:  Sensemayá
  • Weber:  Bassoon Concerto
  • Liszt:  Totentanz  
  • Beethoven:  Quartet Op. 95, finale
  • Puccini and Gounod arias
  • Ravel:  Tzigane
  • Carlos Chávez:  Sinfonia India
March 1 and 2

CONCERT IN CONTEXT:  The Romantic Generation Projections, commentary by Professor Jay Rosenblatt and Thomas Cockrell

  • Mendelssohn: The Hebrides Overture
  • Liszt:  Piano Concerto No. 1
       Nicholas Zumbro, faculty soloist
  • Berlioz:  Romeo Alone - Sadness - Festivities at the Capulet's Palace from Roméo et Juliette
  • Wagner:  Prelude and Transfiguration from Tristan und Isolde
April 11 - 14  UA Opera Theatre
  • Rossini:  La cenerentola (Cinderella)
May1 at 7:30  Joint Concert with the UA Wind Ensemble and the Arizona Choir

"Poetic Inspiration"

  • Griffes:  The White Peacock
  • Dan Coleman:  The Voice of the Rain
  • Vaughan Williams:  Five Mystical Songs
       Charles Roe, baritone
       The Arizona Choir
       Bruce Chamberlain, conductor

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