Pioneer Valley Symphony presents: THOMAS DE HARTMANN: REDISCOVERING A UKRAINIAN MASTER
About This Event
The Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra performs two of 20th-century Ukrainian composer Thomas de Hartmann’s most extraordinary orchestral works: De Hartmann’s first Symphonie-poème and the U.S. premiere of Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, featuring acclaimed pianist and scholar Elan Sicroff.
Learn more about de Hartmann at a free 6PM pre-concert talk in the lobby with PVS’ resident musicologist and Amherst College professor David Schneider and Elan Sicroff, artistic director of the Thomas de Hartmann Project.
The concert will be approximately 90 minutes long with intermission. Face masks are required in the concert hall. A post-concert reception will be held in the lobby of the Bromery Center for the Arts, hosted by the Thomas de Hartmann Project.
Sicroff’s appearance is sponsored by Thomson Financial Management as Sage View Advisory. This concert is made possible by the Thomas de Hartmann Project, Greenfield Cooperative Bank, New England Public Media, and Mass Cultural Council, a state agency, with additional support from the UMass Department of Music and Dance.
Event DetailsDate & Time: March 18 @ 7:00 pm
Event Cost: $5 – $25
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