Director Jed Gaylin
Bay Atlantic Symphony’s concert features the vast array of colors of the woodwinds and brass. Gounod’s charming Petite Symphonie is more a suite, filled with warm sounds and echos of southern France, while Mozart’s so-called serenade is a virtual symphony in its human pathos. Dvořák gives us ripples of nature and rural life in its folk-dance forms in this program filled with melody, shimmer, and emotion.
Charles Gounod––Petite symphonie
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart––Serenade No. 12 for Winds, in C minor, K. 388
Antonín Dvořák ––Serenade for Winds, op. 44
Tickets: General Admission $25; Senior $20; Student $10