Felix Mendelssohn

Sinfonia No. 10 in B Minor for String Orchestra

Tito Muñoz, conductor

Maya Miro Johnson

wherever you go, there you are (world premiere, SPCO commission)

Tito Muñoz, conductor

Franz Joseph Haydn

Symphony No. 96, The Miracle

Tito Muñoz, conductor

Lembit Beecher

Say Home (world premiere, SPCO commission)

Tito Muñoz, conductor

About This Program

The second weekend of the Tapestry19 festival is an exploration of the idea of home, featuring a world premiere by SPCO Music Alive Composer-in-Residence Lembit Beecher, which uses samples of over 50 interview recordings of Twin Cities community members sharing their reflections about home, along with newly commissioned poetry by University of Saint Thomas professor Chris Santiago. 14 year-old Felix Mendelssohn was coming into his own as a composer when he wrote twelve sinfonias to be performed at private salons organized by his parents in their Berlin residence. A similarly young and talented 17-year old, Utah-native Maya Miro Johnson reflects more directly on the idea of home through her adventurous sound palette in wherever you go, there you are — another SPCO commissioned work. The concert concludes with the Miracle Symphony, one of a series of symphonies written by Joseph Haydn during an extended stay in his adopted home of London late in his life.


SPCO concerts are made possible by audience contributions.


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