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SRS @ Home Family - May 29, 2021

Watch the concert On YouTube  |  SATURDAY, May 29, 2021 at 3 PM

This concert is available for viewing here on the SRS website, but for a more enriching experience, watch it on the Santa Rosa Symphony YouTube channel on your smart TV, computer or other device. Please visit our Ways to Watch page well in advance, so you'll be ready on concert day. YouTube users find they can navigate back to the channel more easily by clicking on "subscribe." They also find it helpful to click on the bell icon to receive notifications of new content.  View instructions here.

Please note: Dates, program and artists are subject to change.


Concert Program

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART: Symphony No. 39 in E-flat major, K. 543 - Adagio – Allegro
JESSIE MONTGOMERY: Starburst for String Orchestra
JOHANNES BRAHMS: Serenade No. 2 in A major for Small Orchestra, Opus 16 - Scherzo: Vivace
MICHAEL DAUGHERTYAsclepius, Fanfare for Brass and Percussion 
ARTURO MÁRQUEZ: Danzón No. 4 for Chamber Orchestra
WILLIAM GRANT STILL: Serenade for Small Orchestra
GIAOCHINO ROSSINI: Overture to Il signor Bruschino
ELLEN TAAFFE ZWILICH: Peanuts® Gallery for Piano and Orchestra - Snoopy Does the Samba 
ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK: Czech Suite in D major for Small Orchestra, Opus 39 - Finale (Furiant): Presto

About the Concert

Enjoy excerpts curated by Music Director Francesco Lecce-Chong from the Symphony's 2020-2021 SRS @ Home concerts in this one-of-a-kind SRS Family Concert. Prior to each piece, Lecce-Chong, joined each time by a different SRS musician, will describe the featured section of the orchestra and its instruments and provide an engaging introduction. Before the final selection, SRS Artistic Partner, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Ellen Taaffe Zwilich will share insights about composing.
This free, virtual, family-friendly concert will include the second movement of Brahms' Serenade No. 2 in A major for Orchestra and excerpts from: Michael Daugherty's Asclepius, Fanfare for Brass and Percussion; Arturo Márquez' Danzón No. 4 for Chamber Orchestra; William Grant Still's Serenade for String Orchestra; and Zwilich's Peanuts® Gallery for Piano and Orchestra. The concert will run for less than one hour. There will be no intermission. 

Concert Sponsors

Family Concert Sponsors: The Alan and Susan Seidenfeld Charitable Trust and Victor and Karen Trione
Classical Concert Series underwritten by Sara and Edward Kozel, in memory of Laura Tietz
SRS @ Home Lead Sponsor: Charles M. Schulz Museum, dedicated to the Peanuts Creator
SRS @ Home Supporting Sponsor: Victor and Karen Trione
SRS @ Home Supporting Sponsor: The Stare Foundation and David Stare of Dry Creek Vineyard
SRS @ Home Supporting Sponsor: County of Sonoma – Board of Supervisors


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Video credit:
Diversified Stage, Inc

Banner photo by Susan and Neil Silverman Photography

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