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January 13–16, 2023

Stravinsky’s The Firebird with the Oregon Symphony

On June 25, 1910, Igor Stravinsky entered a Paris theater as an unknown composer and left as a celebrity. That night, he launched his career and his sumptuous score to The Firebird. Join Associate Conductor Deanna Tham as she leads the orchestra in this landmark piece along with the US premiere of a new concerto for cellist Inbal Segev from Grammy-nominated composer Vijay Iyer.

Program

Bernstein: Overture to Candide
Vijay Iyer: Human Archipelago (US Premiere)
Bonis: Trois femmes de legende (“Three Legendary Women”)
Stravinsky: The Firebird Suite (1919 version)

Human Archipelago is part of New Music USA's Amplifying Voices program, a nationwide effort to increase the support and promotion of under-represented composers.

Artists

Deanna Tham, Conductor
Inbal Segev, Cello
Oregon Symphony

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This concert is part of Classical Series C

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