Ensemble: NEC Philharmonia

Conductor: Hugh Wolff

Artist: Rainer Crosett (Cello)

The performance of the Tchaikovsky "Rococo Variations" features cellist Rainer Crosett, winner of the NEC concerto competition. Crosett, now in his final year of the Harvard/NEC joint degree program, studies with Paul Katz. Prior to college, Crosett studied at NEC's Preparatory School, where in addition to lessons and chamber music he participated in the orchestra program all the way through the Youth Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Rainer CrosettPreviously announced conductor Kees Bakel has had to cancel his appearance due to illness.

 

 

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Program

Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo theme for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 33
Moderato quasi Andante - Tema: Moderato semplice
Variation I: Tempo del Tema
Variation II: Tempo del Tema
Variation III: Andante sostenuto
Variation IV: Andante grazioso
Variation V: Allegro moderato
Variation VI: Andante
Variation VII: Allegro vivo
Rainer Crosett (Cello)

Sibelius: Symphony no 1 in E minor, Op. 39
Andante ma non troppo - Allegro energico
Andante, ma non troppo lento
Scherzo: Allegro
Finale (Quasi una fantasia): Andante - Allegro molto

Date: April 1, 2015 - 8:00PM

Price: Free

Location: NEC's Jordan Hall

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