The French Impressionists — Sym 60
Throughout the late 19th century the German Romantic style was the dominant superpower in the Western musical world. Like it or not, even composers in other countries at the time couldn’t escape its gravity. Enter the French Impressionists. Arising shortly after painters like Monet and Renoir revolutionized the visual art world, composers such as Debussy, Ravel and Fauré turned from the emotional extremes and large scales of Romanticism in favor of symbolism, atmospheric sounds, and smaller pieces. Join Gonzalo Farias and the Symphony in this world of watercolors made sound.
Join us at 5:30PM for Happy Hour until the concert begins at 6:30PM. Enjoy 60(ish) minutes of music without the pomp and circumstance and be done in time for dinner!