Philip Mann

Philip Mann conducts Beethoven's Fourth

November 16, 2013


Siegfried Idyll


Piano Concerto No. 19


Symphony No. 4

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Starting in 2013-2014, Kicked-Back Classics performances will be full-length concerts of the same repertoire as their Classics Series counterparts, with enhanced visual projections and lighting, but retaining the casual feel that KBC audiences love.


Philip Mann   Myron Brown
Philip Mann, guest conductor
Myron Brown, piano

Tickets: $25 – $62

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Saturday, November 16, 2013 | 7:30

Stevens Center of the UNCSA


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Music Lovers’ Luncheon

Friday, November 15, 2013

The Piedmont Club
200 W. Second Street
BB&T Financial Center, 19th Floor
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Reservations Required. Please call the Piedmont Club at (336) 724-7077.


Brews with  Bob  Brown!

Join guest pianist Myron Brown, guest conductor Philip Mann, and musicians from the orchestra immediately after the concert for drinks, a light bite, and lively conversation.

425 North Cherry Street
Marriott Hotel, 1st Floor
(one block east and ½ block north of the Stevens Center)

Come to the bar, or make a table reservation on Open Table!


On YouTube

The Vienna Philharmonic performs Beethoven’s 4th Symphony under the direction of Christian Thielemann at the Musikverein, March 2009.

Listen & Learn

Richard Wagner:
Siegfried Idyll
II. Lebhaft bewegt {0:29}

Neeme Järvi leads the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in this 2008 Chandos recording.
Available on iTunes

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W.A. Mozart:
Piano Concerto No. 19 in F Major, K 459
III. Allegro assai {0:30}

Richard Goode performs Mozart’s F Major piano concerto with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
Available on iTunes

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Philip Mann

Philip Mann
Hailed by the BBC as a “talent to watch out for, who conveys a mature command of his forces,” American conductor Philip Mann is quickly gaining a worldwide reputation as an “expressively graceful yet passionate” artist with a range spanning opera, symphonic repertoire, new music, and experimental collaborations.

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Myron Brown

Myron Brown
A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Myron D. Brown developed a love for performing at an early age. He began studying piano with the late Mrs. Patricia Ard Williams, who presented him in his first full, public recital at age eleven.

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Beethoven's Fourth
Stevens Center of the UNCSA, 405 W. Fourth St.,Winston-Salem,NC
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