Bruckner Bicentennial: Symphony No. 4

Door time: 6:00 PM

Show time: 6:30 PM


“Look, how brightly the universe shines! Splendour falls on everything around…” Schoenberg’s chromatic and stunningly beautiful Transfigured Night draws inspiration from a poem about a woman harboring a dark secret and the man who loves her enough to forgive her. 2024 marks Schoenberg’s 150th birthday, as well as Bruckner’s 200th; this program continues the anniversary celebrations with some of the best-loved of Bruckner’s music, his Fourth Symphony. The hunt is on in this “Romantic” Symphony, which begins with daybreak and puts the horn section to work during its lively “Hunting of the Hare.” Music Director Peter Oundjian calls this inspired concert “the most beautiful program of the summer.” 



Peter Oundjian, conductor 



Arnold Schoenberg, Verklärte Nacht (“Transfigured Night”), Op. 4

Anton Bruckner, Symphony No. 4, Romantic 

200th Anniversary 

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