Our March Final Friday Digital Concert Hall event explores the sounds of Berlin cabaret of the 1920s to jazz influences and finally one of the greatest classical works ever written, Mozart’s “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.”
Kurt Weill’s score for a Threepenny Opera brings to life the sounds of Berlin cabaret of the 1920s, featuring the hit number “Mack the Knife,” for our third Final Friday Digital Concert Hall series performance.
Following the Threepenny Opera, the program continues with a concerto for cello, winds, and jazz combo by Austrian composer Friedrich Gulda, featuring KSO principal cellist Igor Cetkovic. The concerto blends Gulda’s deep love of jazz with the classical tradition. Gulda himself was one of the world’s great interpreters of the classical piano repertoire, while also enjoying performing relationships with many of the best jazz musicians. The program ends with one of the greatest serenades ever written, Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.
Featured soloist: Igor Cetkovic, Cello
Register online to view the streamed concert by naming your per-ticket price, with a minimum amount of $20. The suggested price per ticket is $35, which helps the KSO offset production costs and support our musicians. Some discounts are available for this concert.
You may access this concert as often as you'd like from its premiere date through April 30, 2021, by clicking on the My Digital Content button after registering.
Subscription packages also are available for the Final Friday Digital Concert Hall series.
2021/03/26 - 2021/03/26
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You may access this concert as often as you'd like from its premiere date through April 30, 2021, after registering.