The Chelsea Symphony | March 3 and 4 | Music About Travel

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The concerts feature music about travel. Conductor Nell Flanders opens this series on Friday with Ernest Chausson’s Poème, a work written while on holiday in Italy, performed by violinist Bryn Digney and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Variations on a Rococo Theme, featuring Nelly Rocha. Saturday features Thomas Purcell in Vivian Fung’s Violin Concerto No. 1, which draws inspiration from the composer’s experience preparing for a gamelan tour in Bali. Both evenings conclude with Johannes Brahms’s sunlit Symphony No. 2, a work he famously wrote while vacationing in southern Austria.

FRIDAY, March 3 @ 8pm ETSATURDAY, March 4 @ 8pm ET

St. Paul’s Church315 W 22nd StNew York, NY 10011(22nd St and 8th Ave)TICKETS:$25 for unassigned premium reserved areas within the venue.Admission is also available at the door for a suggested donation of $20.

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