Friday, April 7, 2017
Raise a stein!
April 7, Bavarian Philharmonic Music Director Mark Mast leads the all-German repertoire celebrating Germany’s musical and spiritual history. Following the foreboding and joyous overture to Carl Maria von Weber’s opera Der Freischütz, DU Professor of Clarinet Jeremy Reynolds performs Weber’s innovative and impressive Clarinet Concerto No. 1. Two of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Lutheran chorales, Ein feste Burg and Jesu, joy of man’s desiring, celebrate 500 years of Reformation. And the evening concludes with Paul Hindemith’s contemporary Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes of Weber.
Mark Mast, guest conductor
Jeremy Reynolds, clarinet
Weber: Overture to Der Freischütz
Weber: Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in F Minor
Bach: Ein feste Burg
Bach: Jesu, joy of man’s desiring
Hindemith: Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes of Weber
7:30–9:15pm, doors open at 6:15pm
Antonia Brico Stage at Central Presbyterian Church (1660 Sherman St.)
More Than Music
We host activities before, during and after each concert. More Than Music events are free to attend for all ticket holders. Here’s what we have lined up for this concert:
Cheers!, starting at 6:15pm
What’s an all-German music concert without a bier? Clink a glass of the official DPO craft beer Offbeat Saison from Ursula Brewery! Sorry kids, this More than Music event is 21+ only. $5.
Coffee Station, starting at 6:15pm
Our friends at Purple Door Coffee will be brewing java for you to enjoy.
Reception, immediately following concert
Say hello! Join us in the lobby after the concert for refreshments, meet the musicians, buy a t-shirt — and have fun!
Complete your evening and enjoy a late-night happy hour with a concert-themed cocktail or a bite at Blueprint Bar, just three short blocks away! Discounts available for DPO patrons on concert night.