Aired Friday, September 20 at 11:00 p.m. Kermit Poling spoke with music director Michael Butterman and violinist Jennifer Koh about the opening concert in the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra's new season. The concert features Sibelius' Finlandia and his Violin Concerto as well as the Symphony No. 1 by Brahms.
Kermit Poling is joined by Music Director Michael Butterman and pianist James Dick to talk about the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra'sSeason Finalewhich takes place this Saturday Night at 7:30 p.m. in RiverView Theatre. The Final Family Concert will take place this Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. SciPort is collaborating with the Shreveport Symphony to offer pre-concert activities and musical demonstrations starting in the RiverView Theater lobby at 2:15 PM. More information at 318 - 227 - 8863.
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Kermit Poling talks with music director Michael Butterman and violinist Vadim Gluzman about the Shreveport Symphony’s 2012-13 season opening concert. The concert features Mr. Gluzman in the Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minorn. The concert opens with the Academic Festival Overture of Brahms and concludes with the Dvorak Symphony No. 8, a work filled with beautiful folk melodies and charm. More information at Shreveport Symphony.
Music Director Michael Butterman play musical chairs with Kermit Poling and interviews Kermit about this weekends performance which features the Barber Violin Concert with Mr. Poling as soloist. Other works on the concert include the Candide Overture by Bernstein, Hanson's Symphony No. 2, and Peck's The Glory and the Grandeur.