Our premiere of new concerto by Timo Andres is the first of five commissions for pianist Jonathan Biss. Each is inspired by one of Beethoven’s piano concertos.
This week will be one of the high points of the 2015-16 season, as we perform Bach’s legendary Saint Matthew Passion.
Jeremy Denk discusses an SPCO program that juxtaposes Bach, Stravinsky, and ragtime.
Our January 29-31, 2015 concerts were Spanish conductor Jaime Martín’s SPCO debut, featuring Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante and Haydn’s “Surprise” Symphony.
Music from Patricia Kopatchinskaja’s debut is now available for on-demand streaming.
Martin Fröst’s performance of the Mozart Clarinet Concerto is now available in the Listening Library.
Leopold the Leopard will host our next family concert. His creator, Victor Yerrid, has known Concertmaster Steven Copes since their time together at the Curtis Institute of Music.
For Halloween, here are a few photos of our only recent concert to include ghosts.