Adults: $15 - $43
Seniors: $13.50 - $38.75
Youth: (ages 7-18) - $15; (6 and under) - $9 The Green Bay Symphony Orchestra, led by Music Director Donato Cabrera, will perform three captivating works of enduring classical music including Beethoven's Egmont Overture and Symphony No. 8 and Brahms' Violin Concerto, featuring soloist Leor Maltinski.
Guest artist Leor Maltinski occupies the Isaac Stern Chair in the first violinist section with the San Francisco Symphony. Born in Tel Aviv, Maltinski studied in Florence before moving to the United States to continue his musical education at the Curtis Institute and Indiana University in Bloomington. He’s the winner of prestigious international violin competitions, presents numerous violin recitals annually and performs with orchestras throughout the U.S. and Europe.
The upcoming season marks the Orchestra's 99th anniversary year and Cabrera's second year as the Orchestra's 10th music director.
Free To All Ticket Holders:
Pre-Concert Conversations: Join host Donato Cabrera in the Weidner Center's Cofrin Hall at 6:30 p.m. for an engaging and insightful chat with soloist Leor Maltinski.
Sound Bytes: Come for the food. Stay for the chat! Join Donato and members of the GBSO board and Orchestra for a lively and engaging 'talk back' session in Fort Howard Hall immediately following the concert. At Sound Bytes you can enjoy a buffet of desserts and cheeses and cash bar. Plus, hear and ask questions about the evening's performance, the activities of the GBSO, and much more!
Concert Sponsor: Bel Gioioso Cheese, Inc.
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