Classical Series

Greetings from Worlds Old & New: Dvořák’s “New World” Symphony

Hilbert Circle Theatre

Indianapolis, Indiana
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May
20
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May
21

Series Sponsors

DeHaan Family Foundation
DeHaan

The Performance

The musical roots of North America are explored in this concert, as the ISO performs music by Jerod Tate, a classical composer and citizen of the Chickasaw Nation in Oklahoma. Based on Native American Indian lore, Tate’s Ghost of the White Deer describes the quest of a lovesick man searching for a white deer, which is sacred to the Chickasaw people. Acclaimed African-American composer Jessie Montgomery brings us a piano concerto co-commissioned by the ISO along with several orchestras throughout the United States, and the popular “New World Symphony” by Dvořák helped to validate American music and lore as a source of musical inspiration in the late 1890s when it debuted. 

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Artistic Leadership

Jaime Martín
Conductor

Artists

Ivy Ringel
ISO Principal Bassoon
Awadagin Pratt
Piano

Program to Include

Ghost of the White Deer

Jerod Tate

Rounds for Piano and String Orchestra (ISO Co-Commission)

Jessie Montgomery

Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95

Antonín Dvořák

Series Sponsors

DeHaan Family Foundation
DeHaan

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