Events - Sunday, 25 January 2015

Forest View Educational Center
Arlington Heights, Illinois
Sunday, 25 January 2015 - 3:30 PM
Through daydreams and fantasies we journey within scenarios of our own making and create futures both possible and improbable. Violinist Maria Storm is the perfect dream weaver to inspire us along a journey of winter meditations. Join us for Maria’s world-class performance of the rarely-heard “Winter Song” by Belgium composer Eugene Ysaÿe as she floats, sings, and soars, taking you along on a journey of beauty and imagination.

We premiere a work of joyful musings, Memories of a Birch Tree, by Ivan Božicevic. The work, selected through the NSO’s International Call for Scores, captures the birch tree’s memories as it experience the turning seasons and growth.

Winter Reveries (Symphony No. 1) of Tchaikovsky closes out this concert as he paints a youthful journey through winter daydreams, visits the land of gloom and mist, and concludes majestically.
Presenter: Northwest Symphony Orchestra
Bozicevic: Memories of a Birch Tree
Ensemble: Northwest Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Kim Diehnelt
Ysaÿe: Chant d'hiver, Op. 15
Artist: Maria Storm (Violin)
Ensemble: Northwest Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Kim Diehnelt
Tchaikovsky: Symphony no 1 in G minor, Op. 13 "Winter Daydreams"
Ensemble: Northwest Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Kim Diehnelt
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