Symphony in B minor (the "Unfinished")
Piano Concerto No. 3
Jeffrey Biegel, Soloist
Tickets $15, $12 Guild members and seniors, $10 students. Call (516) 764-1558 or (516) 616-3610 for tickets
A Joyful Holiday with Leggz Ltd. Dance
The Nutcracker Ballet, Op. 71
Piotr Illych Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)
We usher in the holiday season with Tchaikovsky's classic ballet The Nutcracker. Our production has no equal anywhere on Long Island! The South Shore Symphony, led by Music Director Scott Jackson Wiley, summons all its forces to accompany a 90 member corps de ballet under the artistic direction of Joan MacNaughton of Leggz Ltd. Dance. In addition to the composer's full score and ballet stars of international prestige, featuring Principal Dancers who have appeared with the American Ballet Theatre, Kirov Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet "Moving Out", Joffrey Ballet, Metropolitan Opera Ballet and Moiseyev Ballet this magical extravaganza features talented and gifted young dancers from all over the metropolitan area.
Prelude to Act 3 of Lohengrin
Concerto for Violin in D, opus 35
Erich Wolfgang Korngold
Robin Zeh, Violin
Mars (from The Planets)
Star Wars Suite for Orchestra
John Williams Main Title
Princess Leia's Theme
The Imlierial March (Darth Vader's Theme)
One of the most gifted composers from Europe to come to Hollywood was Erich Korngold, whose Concerto for Violin is in the romantic style. Violinist Robin Zeh, hailed for her brilliant virtuosity and charismatic personality, is the ideal performer for this demanding work.
Tickets are $15 General Admission, $12 Guild Members and $10 for Seniors and students under 18. For reservations and information, please phone the Guild Ticket Express at (516) 616-3610 or the HOTLINE at (516) 764-1558. Credit Cards are accepted.
Mahler's Third Symphony
Holliday Haynes, alto soloist
The St. Agnes Boys Choir
The Women of St. Agnes Cathedral Chorale, Michael Bower, Music Director
The St. Agnes Senior Girls Choir and the Women of the Diocesan Choir, Michael Wustrow, Music Director
The South Shore Symphony, Scott Jackson Wiley, Music Director
Befitting the grandeur of its theme, the Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler is almost without parallel in its dimensions. The Cathedral of St. Agnes will resound with the glorious strains of this gigantic work as the over ninety musicians of the South Shore Symphony under Music Director Scott Jackson Wiley join forces with the adult and children's choruses of the Cathedral to bring to life this great hymn to nature. A deeply spiritual work, based in part on the folk songs that the composer so loved, the Third Symphony expresses awe and humility before the magnificence of creation. This performance of Mahler's Third Symphony will be a once-in-lifetime experience for many in the audience as well as for many of the musicians and choristers, making this a truly communal event and one that will be long remembered. It will continue the now well-established and cherished tradition of collaboration between the South Shore Symphony and the Cathedral of St. Agnes.
$15, $12 for Guild members, $10 for students and seniors. For information call (516) 616-3610.
Outdoor concert and fireworks
The Star-Spangled Banner
Die Fledermaus Overture
The Stars and Stripes Forever March
The Phantom Regiment
A Mandel Trilogy
Semper Fidelis March
Pieces from Schindler's List
A Trumpeter's Lullaby