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Texas Heritage Trails Program

Amarillo: Amarillo Symphony: "Intimate Evening"


January 24 at 8:00pm to January 25 at 10:00pm
Amarillo Symphony (credit: Ralph Duke)

The Amarillo Symphony's mission since 1924 has been to "infuse the Amarillo community with an unbridled enthusiasm for the performance and discovery of great orchestral music."
Opening their 2014 season with a brilliant night of drama and intimacy that will enrapture patrons, music director and conductor Jacomo Rafael Bairos will lead works from Gabriel Fauré's Pavane and Johannes Brahm's Symphony No. 4, as well as Samuel Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915 and Leonard Bernstein's "Oh What a Movie!" from Trouble in Tahiti with guest soprano Sarah Jane McMahon.

"Whenever I see a Brahms symphony on the schedule, my excitement goes through the roof," principal horn Guli Manfredi said. "In the classical repertoire, there are some composers who truly understand the horn and write beautiful parts. Brahms is certainly one of those composers."

The performance "Intimate Evening" will be held at the Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts Fri., Jan. 24, and Sat., Jan. 25, 2014, at 8 p.m. Single tickets and season subscriptions are available.

 

Location

  • Globe-News Center
  • 500 S. Buchanan St.
  • Amarillo, Texas
  • 79101

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Fees

  • Single Tickets $10 - $40
    Season subscriptions also available


Map of Event


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