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Plano Symphony Orchestra will present "Carnivals to Fantasies." Conducted by PSO Music Director and Maestro, Hector Guzman, and featuring guest violinist Blake Pouliot, the concert will include works by composers Antonín Dvořák, Benjamin Britten, and Max Bruch.

Opening with Dvořák’s spirited curtain-raiser Carnival Overture, the concert will also include Britten’s famous The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, a piece known for featuring the tone colors and capacities of the various sections of the orchestra. Audiences will also enjoy Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra, which was inspired by folk music and love of melody. The piece’s sober introduction turns into radiant light with the middle and final movements featuring vigorous and robust dance tunes.

Plano Symphony Orchestra will present "Carnivals to Fantasies." Conducted by PSO Music Director and Maestro, Hector Guzman, and featuring guest violinist Blake Pouliot, the concert will include works by composers Antonín Dvořák, Benjamin Britten, and Max Bruch.

Opening with Dvořák’s spirited curtain-raiser Carnival Overture, the concert will also include Britten’s famous The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, a piece known for featuring the tone colors and capacities of the various sections of the orchestra. Audiences will also enjoy Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra, which was inspired by folk music and love of melody. The piece’s sober introduction turns into radiant light with the middle and final movements featuring vigorous and robust dance tunes.

Plano Symphony Orchestra will present "Carnivals to Fantasies." Conducted by PSO Music Director and Maestro, Hector Guzman, and featuring guest violinist Blake Pouliot, the concert will include works by composers Antonín Dvořák, Benjamin Britten, and Max Bruch.

Opening with Dvořák’s spirited curtain-raiser Carnival Overture, the concert will also include Britten’s famous The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, a piece known for featuring the tone colors and capacities of the various sections of the orchestra. Audiences will also enjoy Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra, which was inspired by folk music and love of melody. The piece’s sober introduction turns into radiant light with the middle and final movements featuring vigorous and robust dance tunes.

WHEN

WHERE

Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts
2351 Performance Dr.
Richardson, TX 75082
https://planosymphony.org/

TICKET INFO

$15-$90
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