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About This Program

Join us at an open rehearsal to hear how the program comes together.

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Description of the concert being rehearsed:

Martin Fröst leads the SPCO in a program of works that span almost nine centuries, beginning with an antiphon by 12th-century mystic Hildegard von Bingen and ending with two premieres of works written for Fröst, showcasing his dazzling abilities as a performer. Martin and his brother Göran Fröst collaborated on the composition of Nomadia, a work that stretches the sonic capabilities of the clarinet. Danish composer Jesper Nordin’s Emerge uses an app invented by Nordin called “Gestrument” that enables Fröst to control sound and create sound sculptures in real time with his physical gestures. In Mozart’s Symphony No. 39, Martin takes up the baton to lead the SPCO in a majestic account of an SPCO staple.

Please note: Specific works and artists involved in the rehearsal are to be determined.

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