Vladislav Kovalsky to perform April 7th
Red Bank, N.J. — A delicate tone poem featuring a breathtaking sunrise, the lush sounds of a romantic piano concerto, and a symphony representing a composer’s crowning achievement will be heard on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. in the Count Basie Theatre, 99 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, NJ, as the Monmouth Symphony Orchestra, led by their Principal Conductor
The afternoon will begin with Dawn Over the Moskva River by Modest Mussorgsky. Like his more well-known work, Pictures at an Exhibition, the music paints a vivid picture. In this work, one can hear birds chirping and water flowing as the sun gradually warms the Russian landscape.
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Alexander Borodin’s Second Symphony is considered by many to be his greatest large-scale work. When it received its European premiere, it was pronounced a great success by no less a critic than
Prior to the performance, Monmouth Symphony Orchestra bass trombonist and program annotator,
Ticket prices are $35 for adults, $30 for seniors and only $5 for students. For tickets, call the Count Basie Theatre box office at 732-842-9000. To learn more about the Monmouth Symphony Orchestra and their programs, visit their website at http://www.monmouthsymphony.org/.