Sunday, Nov 22, 2020 / 4:00 pm
$20 per household
The Symphony is thrilled to co-present an inspiring environmental-themed program alongside WildEarth Guardians, with the Santa Fe Botanical Gardens as its venue! Revel in the Botanical Garden’s 20 acres of natural beauty, while WildEarth Guardians and The Symphony bring you a curated, Earth-centric program featuring a string reduction of Beethoven’s “Pastorale” Symphony, Jerod Tate’s “Thunder Song” for Timpani, Brenda-Hymer Romero’s “Native Winds,” plus Mozart, Sinigaglia, and more.
Co-presented in partnership with WildEarth Guardians
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Symphony No. 6 in F Major, op.68, “Pastorale” for String Sextet
Ensemble: David Felberg, Gabriela Fogo, Nicolle Maniaci, Kimberly Fredenburgh, Christine Rancier, Melinda Mack, Dana Winograd
Native Winds for Woodwind Quintet
Ensemble: Jesse Tatum, Elaine Heltman, Lori Lovato, Stefanie Przybylska, Katelyn Benedict
Romanze for Horn and String Quartet, op.3
Ensemble: Peter Erb, David Felberg, Carla Kountoupes, Kimberly Fredenburgh, James Holland
The Lark String Quartet, Movement 1
Ensemble: David Felberg, Nicolle Maniaci, Kimberly Fredenburgh, Dana Winograd
JEROD IMPICHCHAACHAAHA’ TATE
Talowa’ Hiloha (Thunder Song) for Solo Timpani
Ensemble: Ken Dean
Quintet in E-flat Major for Horn, Violin, 2 Violas, and Cello
Ensemble: Peter Erb, David Felberg, Kimberly Fredenburgh, Christine Rancier, James Holland
East Wind for Solo Flute (1987)
Ensemble: Jesse Tatum
If you have already subscribed or purchased tickets for any of the fall 2020 concerts, don’t worry! Whatever funds you have on account with us can be easily applied to our Virtual Concert Series. Or, if preferred, these funds can also be applied to next year’s subscription, converted into a tax-deductible gift, or fully refunded.
As for our originally-planned fall 2020 programming—these live concerts (Sep through Dec 2020) will move one year forward to the fall of 2021, with identical soloists and programming. You won’t miss a thing. Any changes regarding the spring schedule (Jan through May of 2021) will be announced at a later date.