Vladimir Kulenovich

Vladimir Kulenovic
Conducts Brahms

Sunday, Oct 14 at 3:00pm
Tuesday, Oct 16 at 7:30pm

Five brilliant conductors vie for the role of Music Director in the Symphony’s thrilling 2018-2019 season—and you can help choose the winner! First to take the podium is Vladimir Kulenovic: born in Serbia, Kulenovic (pronounced “Kull-EN-oh-vitch”) moved to the U.S. at the age of 12. Kulenovic conducts Brahms’ dramatic Symphony No. 3 as well as Shostakovich’s Cello Concerto No. 1, featuring guest cellist Julian Schwarz.

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Timothy Myers

Timothy Myers
Conducts Tchaikovsky

Sunday, Nov 4 at 3:00pm
Tuesday, Nov 6 at 7:30pm

On Nov. 4 and 6, meet candidate Timothy Myers: born and raised in Kansas, Myers loves his piano and his…motorcycle?! In these concerts, Myers conducts Tchaikovsky’s emotional Symphony No. 6 (also known as Pathétique) as well as Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G Minor, featuring guest artist Dmitri Vorobiev.

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WS Symphony Chorale

Heaven to Earth:
A Journey

Friday, Nov 16 at 7:30pm

Music of Aaron Copland, Ola Gjeilo, and Jake Runestad // Enjoy a beautiful choral concert on the eve of Thanksgiving. These selected works feature texts which allow the listener to revel in the beauty of all nature, the soul, the truest expressions of life and of living.

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