Waltzes and Royal Hunts
Rossen Milanov, Conductor
Rossen Milanov, conductor
Wagner’s orchestral masterpiece Siegfried Idyll was a surprise birthday present for his wife Cosima after the birth of their son, Siegfried. Full of love, passion, and emotion, she awoke to it on Christmas morning 1870 when it was performed on the stairs of their villa by a small ensemble. Dark and brooding, Sibelius’ Valse Triste is one of his signature works, mesmerizing in its orchestral color and expressiveness. Haydn’s Symphony No. 31 is nicknamed the “Hornsignal” because it prominently features an unusually large horn section. One of the composer’s early and most unique works, it will showcase many of the CSO's principal players and, of course, its quartet of French horns.
Wagner: Siegfried Idyll
Sibelius: Valse triste
Haydn: Symphony No. 31 (“Hornsignal”)
Masterworks 6-10 subscribers will receive a promo code through email and mail to reserve their seats. Tickets go on sale to the general public on March 3.
Per the Governor’s order, capacities will be limited to 300 per concert and patrons will be asked to follow safety protocols including socially distanced seating and mandatory face coverings. Seats will be pre-assigned, and patrons’ regular seats may not be available.