Ivan Stefanovic and Sarah Fuller perform History of Tango (Café 1930) by Astor Piazzolla
Dariusz Skoraczewski performs Penderecki’s Violoncello totale
Principal Cello Dariusz Skoraczewski pays tribute to Krzysztof Penderecki, a Polish composer and conductor who passed away on March 29, 2020. Here Dariusz performs Penderecki's Violoncello totale.
Lura Johnson - Beethoven: Adagio con molto espressione from Sonata No. 11
Lura Johnson performs Beethoven's Adagio con molto espressione from Sonata No. 11. This performance was streamed live on March 25, 2020, and was made possible by the support of Neil and JoAnn Ruther.
Mahler Symphony No. 3 - Post Horn
Our performances of Mahler’s Third Symphony were cancelled in order to ensure the health and safety of our audiences. The Symphony is known for a post horn solo, scheduled to be performed by Principal Trumpet Andrew Balio. How can Andy play his solo without the orchestra? Don't worry, Assistant Principal Trumpet René Shapiro comes to his rescue. Video directed by Principal Tuba Aubrey Foard.
Mahler Symphony No. 3 - Bass Section
Though our performances of Mahler’s Third Symphony were cancelled in order to ensure the health and safety of our audiences due to COVID-19, the BSO bass section wanted to make sure everyone could hear a bit of Mahler. Here bassists (left to right) Drew Banzhaf, Charles Paul, Jonathan Jensen and David Sheets re-imagined the trombone solo from the symphony's first movement as a bass quartet.
Mahler Symphony No. 3 - Horn Section
The BSO’s horn section wanted to share a few of their favorite moments from Mahler’s Third Symphony. Here, from left to right, is Beth Graham, Austin Larson, Lisa Bergman and Gabrielle Finck.
I Sing the Body Electric
Hear BSO percussionist Brian Prechtl’s setting of Whitman’s iconic poem for flute, clarinet/bass clarinet, violin, cello, piano, percussion and narrators. In this poem, Walt Whitman paints a vivid picture of the human body in all its amazing form and function. It was recorded as part of a celebration of the 200th anniversary of Whitman's birth.
Lura Johnson - An Evening in Vienna
The BSO's first 'at home' concert features pianist Lura Johnson performing works by Brahms, Schubert, Berg and Beethoven! This performance was streamed live on March 22, 2020, and was made possible by the support of Neil and JoAnn Ruther.
Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony
David Zinman conducts the BSO in a performance of Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony in Tokyo, Japan in 1994.