San Juan Symphony At Michael D. Palm Theatre

by Eileen Burns

The San Juan Symphony, with guest conductor Philip Mann, will be performing in Telluride, Sunday, February 15th at the Michael D. Palm Theatre.  Show time is 5pm.  The evening's selections include "Shubert's Symphony No. 8 in B minor, Unfinished".  Shubert lived a full six years after stopping work on his eighth symphony in 1822, which even in its shortened form, has been his most cherished work.  Also in the program, American composer Michael Daugherty resurects another famous musician whose life is shrouded in mystery, with "Dead Elvis," and Tchaikovsky breathes life into Shakespeare's timeless tale of star-crossed lovers with the lovely "Romeo and Juliet, Fantasy-Overture." Vivaldi's "Concerto for Bassoon in E minor, RV 484" will feature Benjamin Kamins on the bassoon.  This special performance is brought to you by the Telluride Choral Society.

Tickets are available through the Palm Theatre website at www.telluridepalm.com or by calling 970-369-5669.
General Seating - $25 adults / $15 students
Premier Seating - $40 adults / $25 students

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