Singletary Center for the Arts
7:30pm - 9:00pm EDT
MÉLISSE BRUNET, Music Director
The 2022 - 2023 Season finale concert, Bloom, marks the arrival of spring with works representative of the beauty of color and the renewal of the earth. This concert, at the Singletary Center for the Arts, includes works celebrating the flourishing beauty of color including Anna Clyne’s Color Field and Robert Schumann’s joyous Symphony No. 1 “Spring.” Guest percussion quartet, Sandbox Percussion, joins the orchestra for Viet Cuong’s Re(new)al, a concerto for percussion quartet and orchestra, inspired by renewable energy sources such as wind, hydro and solar. The piece utilizes found objects, such as compressed air cans and crystal glasses, to create a visually and aurally stimulating landscape of choreography. Julia Perry’s Homunculus C.F. features Sandbox Percussion alongside LexPhil percussionists, harpist, and celeste player in an “unfolding” of musical material inspired by her father’s medical practice in Akron, OH.
Repertoire to include: (Subject to change)
ANNA CLYNE – Color Field
VIET CUONG - Re(new)al: Percussion Quartet Concerto
Featuring Sandbox Percussion
Ian David Rosenbaum, Jonny Allen, Terry Sweeney, Victor Caccese
JULIA PERRY - Homunculus C. F.
ROBERT SCHUMANN - Symphony No.1 in B-flat major “Spring”
INSIDE THE SCORE
FREE PRE-CONCERT TALK BEGINS AT 6:45PM
Join us prior to Bloom for a free pre-concert lecture for an exclusive, in-depth look Inside the Score! The talk begins at 6:45PM in the Presidents Room prior to the concert. Seating is limited, so arrive early!
Inside the Score is presented by the Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra Foundation.