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Lunch & Listen

Monday, August 3, 2020

Lunch & Listen

Monday, August 3, 2020

Enjoy today's Lunch & Listen, a weekly Q&A with CEO Martha Gilmer and musicians of the San Diego Symphony Orchestra! Enjoy this Q&A with horn player Doug Hall.

LISTEN // HEAR Ep. 7: Shostakovich's Symphony No. 11

Friday, July 31, 2020

EPISODE 7: LISTEN // HEAR
Tune in live on Facebook or YouTube Wednesday, August 5 at 6:30PM for Episode 7 of LISTEN // HEAR featuring Music Director Rafael Payare and our London-based Creative Consultant, Gerard McBurney.

In Episode 7, we explore Shostakovich’s Symphony No.11 with San Diego Symphony musicians Chi-Yuan Chen, principal viola; Andrea Overturf, 3rd oboe/English horn; Christopher Smith, principal trumpet; and Ryan DiLisi, principal timpani.

Virtual Performance

Friday, July 31, 2020

Assistant Principal & Utility Darby Hinshaw virtually performs Gabrieli's Canzon IX (à 8).
View the full performance here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YV4QSgfWMPo

Superhero Video - Chapter 10

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Chapter 10 in the video series based on the picture book "Zap! Boom! Pow! Superheroes of Music" by Lucy A. Warner created by the San Diego Symphony Musicians. Each chapter highlights a different composer and features original performances by the musicians, illustration and animation, and narration by the voice of San Diego Symphony, Nuvi Mehta.

This musician-produced project collaboratively unites our musicians during a time of social distancing and draws the audience in with original content designed to captivate viewers of all ages.

Chapter 10: Antonin Dvorak - “Whoosh!"
Music: New World Symphony arr. by Rachel Bellairs Fields
English Horn: Andrea Overturf
Violin 1 - Julia Pautz
Violin2 - Tommy Dougherty
Viola - Chi-Yuan Chen
Cello - Yao Zhao
Double Bass - Susan Wulff
Narrator: Nuvi Mehta

Author : Lucy A. Warner
Illustrator: Patrick Ackerman
Publisher: https://www.springpromiseproductions.com

Producer: Julia Pautz
Director: Susan Wulff
Video Producers/Editors: Cameron Keezer-Wulff & Susan Wulff
Audio Engineer: Jeremy Kurtz-Harris

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Lunch & Listen

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Superhero Video - Chapter 10 Teaser

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Chapter 10 in the video series based on the picture book "Zap! Boom! Pow! Superheroes of Music" by Lucy A. Warner created by the San Diego Symphony Musicians. Each chapter highlights a different composer and features original performances by the musicians, illustration and animation, and narration by the voice of San Diego Symphony, Nuvi Mehta.

This musician-produced project collaboratively unites our musicians during a time of social distancing and draws the audience in with original content designed to captivate viewers of all ages.

Chapter 10: Antonin Dvorak - “Whoosh!"
Music: New World Symphony arr. by Rachel Bellairs Fields
English Horn: Andrea Overturf
Violin 1 - Julia Pautz
Violin2 - Tommy Dougherty
Viola - Chi-Yuan Chen
Cello - Yao Zhao
Double Bass - Susan Wulff
Narrator: Nuvi Mehta

Author : Lucy A. Warner
Illustrator: Patrick Ackerman
Publisher: https://www.springpromiseproductions.com

Producer: Julia Pautz
Director: Susan Wulff
Video Producers/Editors: Cameron Keezer-Wulff & Susan Wulff
Audio Engineer: Jeremy Kurtz-Harris

http://sdsomusicians.org
https://www.instagram.com/sandiegosym...
https://www.facebook.com/SDSOMusicians

https://www.sandiegosymphony.org
https://twitter.com/SanDiegoSymph
https://www.instagram.com/sandiegosym...
https://www.facebook.com/sandiegosymp...

KPBS BROADCAST JULY 27 [PART B]

Monday, July 27, 2020

Edo deWaart, conductor
Joelle Harvey, soprano
MAHLER: Symphony No.4 in G

KPBS BROADCAST JULY 27 [PART A]

Monday, July 27, 2020

Edo deWaart, conductor
Joelle Harvey, soprano
DELIUS: “A Walk to the Paradise Garden” from A Village Romeo and Juliet
BARBER: Knoxville: Summer of 1915