New Jersey Symphony: Jennifer Koh and Jun Märkl Return!
Saturday, May 4, 2024 8:00:pm

New Jersey Symphony: Jennifer Koh and Jun Märkl Return!

Classical

Jun Märkl conductor Jennifer Koh violin New Jersey Symphony Liszt Prometheus Liszt was a fire-breather of a composer, perhaps inspired by the Greek god himself who gave humans fire. His Prometheus lets the orchestra tell the riveting ancient story of theft, punishment and triumph. Tyshawn Sorey For Marcos Balter (New Jersey Symphony Co-Commissio Newark’s own Tyshawn Sorey has a dozen surprises up his sleeve in his new work, especially as he makes superstar soloist Jennifer Koh “disappear” into the orchestra. The effect is singularly haunting and beautiful. Brahms/Schoenberg Piano Quartet No. 1 (Orchestrated) The composer of four magnificent symphonies, Brahms also wrote reams of gorgeous chamber pieces. His Piano Quartet is arranged so vividly for orchestra that it could be Brahms’ Fifth.

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