HIGH OCTANE PERFORMANCES, LED BY CONDUCTORS FROM THE WORLD'S MOST PRESTIGIOUS STAGES.
New York Philharmonic Music Director Alan Gilbert will electrify the Granada Theatre in the final Academy Festival Orchestra concert of the season, starring the iconic soprano and Mosher guest artist Renée Fleming in Strauss' Four Last Songs and highlighting the orchestra in Brahms' powerful First Symphony.
JOHN ADAMS The Chairman Dances
STRAUSS Four Last Songs (Vier letzte Lieder)
BRAHMS Symphony No. 1
Please Note: Tickets purchased for this performance are only available for pick up at the Music Academy Ticket Office. print at home is not an option for Granada events
This evening’s concert is dedicated to Margaret Cafarelli and Jan Hill
Supported by Casa Dorinda
The 2017 Academy Festival Orchestra Series is generously supported by Robert W. Weinman
at the Lobero Theatre
Joshua Roman world premiere
Chamber Music Concert
featuring faculty artists
featuring Academy fellows
String Quartet Seminar fellows
James Stephenson world premiere
Caroline Shaw guest composer
Jeremy Turner world premiere
featuring Takács Quartet
NY Philharmonic String Quartet
David Daniels countertenor
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Community Access Tickets
A designated number of $10 Community Access tickets are available for all Music Academy Summer Festival events on a first-come, first-served basis. Community Access Tickets go on sale Sat, Jun 10 at 10 am in person, online, or by phone.
7-17s FREE Tickets
Our 7-17s FREE program encourages families to bring young people, fostering lifelong appreciation of the performing arts. Through this initiative, young people ages 7 to 17 accompanied by ticketed adults will be admitted free of charge to all Music Academy Summer Festival and The Met: Live in HD events.
This program is designed to help remove obstacles for parents to attend concerts, encouraging adults to bring young people. This program is intended for families and friends.
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Groups of 10 or more are invited to take advantage of special rates for many events. Please phone 805-969-8787.
What about patrons in wheelchairs?
We request that you notify the ticket office if you or any member of your party will attend a ticketed Hahn Hall event in a wheelchair.
What about patrons who are hearing impaired?
Music Academy personnel will be happy to provide you with an assistive listening device or help you access our hearing loop system for Hahn Hall performances. Please inquire at the Ticket Office.
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