Alexander Velinzon, Associate Concertmaster of the Boston Symphony, plays Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1, famous for its sweeping romanticism as it stretches the range and depth of the instrument, accompanied by Portland Colombia Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Croation/American conductor Zvonimir Hacko. Also on the line-up is Stravinsky's Danses Concertantes, commissioned for the concert hall but secretly written by the composer for a choreographer partner-in-crime, and Schumann's Symphony No. 4 in D minor, a form-challenging symphony played without pause between movements and featuring tightly interwoven motives.
Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra is a not-for-profit service organization, founded in 1982 and dedicated to presenting quality performances of standard, worthy but rarely performed, and new orchestral repertoire. The orchestra features regional composers, soloists, and musicians both professional and semi-professional. Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra brings together musicians and audiences in friendly, affordable, and accessible concert experiences.
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909 SW 11th Ave
Portland, OR 97205
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