Music & Monet
Claude Monet disrupted the art world when he introduced Impressionism at the end of the 19th century. October 4, step into the lush musical landscape inspired by the master’s luminous artistic style. The concert dawns with Lili Boulanger’s One Spring Morning then rises onto Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun by Claude Debussy. Pianist Stephanie Cheng shines on Maurice Ravel’s jazzy piano concerto before the sun sets on Debussy’s stormy La Mer. The night ends with Ravel’s hypnotic crowd-pleaser, Boléro, for a thrilling finale!
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Show me the Monet!
Presented in partnership with the Denver Art Museum’s Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature exhibit, impressionistic works by the famed painter will be projected above the orchestra throughout the performance for an immersive sensory experience.
D’un matin de Printemps (One Spring Morning)
Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun
Piano Concerto in G Major
Lawrence Golan is in high demand across the United States and internationally....
Lawrence Golan is in high demand across the United States and internationally. In addition to his position as Music Director of the Denver Philharmonic, he is also Music Director of the York Symphony Orchestra in Pennsylvania, the Yakima Symphony Orchestra in Washington state, and the Lamont Symphony Orchestra & Opera Theatre at the University of Denver.
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Taiwanese-American pianist Stephanie Shih-yu Cheng has performed at major...
Taiwanese-American pianist Stephanie Shih-yu Cheng has performed at major music centers across the world to critical acclaim, including Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York, Dame Myra Hess Concert Series in Chicago, Opera City Hall of Tokyo, National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., and National Concert Hall of Taipei.
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