Andrew Constantine, conductor
Igor Yuzefovich, violin
Bricht — Verwehte Blätter, Op. 18b (8 Small Pieces for Orchestra)
Mendelssohn — Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64
Williams — Main Theme from Schindler’s List
Mahler — Symphony No. 1 in D major, “Titan”
Sixteen violins that survived the Holocaust. Three composers banned by the Nazis. Violins of Hope tells stories of defiance, resilience, and legacy, a testament to the power of music.
Part of Violins of Hope Fort Wayne, for more information visit violinsofhopefw.org.
This free, pre-concert talk is designed to provide audience members insight into the evening's concert program and featured guest artists. Musically Speaking is hosted by Fort Wayne Philharmonic conducting staff, musicians, and guest artists.
For Masterworks concerts at the Embassy Theatre, Musically Speaking is held in The Gallery of the Grand Wayne Center.
For Masterworks concerts at Auer Performance Hall, Musically Speaking is held in the Instrumental Rehearsal Room 120.
Musically Speaking is presented at 6:30 P.M., one-hour before every Masterworks concert.
Musically Speaking is sponsored by the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Friends.