With an evocative trip to Italy as his inspiration, German composer Felix Mendelssohn depicted the sights and sounds of Italy in his fourth symphony. Its final movement, which is among the most strongly dramatic music the composer ever wrote, uses the rhythms of Neapolitan dances.
Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser, conductor
Series Sponsor: Bill and Rochelle Tepperman
This concert is 80 minutes. No intermission.
Important Information for this Event:
All patrons are required to wear a mask while inside the Capitol Theatre.