American Symphony Orchestra 50th Birthday Celebration
10/26/2012 - 7:00 PM
Carnegie Hall, 881 57th St. at 7th Ave.
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ASO celebrates its golden anniversary with a concert of “greatest hits,” starting with the first piece the Orchestra ever played, Stokowski’s arrangement of The Star-Spangled Banner. Also on the program are Mahler’s massive Eighth Symphony, which received great acclaim at the 2002 Bard Music Festival, and Ives’ Fourth, which the ASO debuted at Carnegie Hall in 1965.
SMITH (Arr. Leopold Stokowski)
The Star-Spangled Banner
Symphony No. 8
Symphony No. 4
7:00 p.m. Conductor’s Notes Q&A; 8:00 p.m. Concert.
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