Trent Johnson Across Continents for Bass Trombone & Chamber Orchestra
Beethoven Symphony No. 2
The last NMPhil Coffee Concert of 2023/24 is sure to leave you excited for next season! Premiered in 1803 in Vienna and conducted by the composer himself, Beethoven’s second foray into the world of big, public symphonies combines his unique artistry with his humor, stated through various musical jokes in the Scherzo and Finale. This is one of the last works of Beethoven’s early period. The program—led by Music Director Roberto Minczuk—also includes Trent Johnson’s Bass Trombone Concerto featuring the prodigious, award-winning Darrin Milling to lighten your early-spring morning.
South Broadway Cultural Center: The John Lewis Theatre
1025 Broadway Blvd. SE / Albuquerque, NM 87102
Good morning, Albuquerque! Take a break from your usual weekday mornings for a little music. The Coffee Concert season brings a vibrant programing including Michael McLean’s 21st-century violin masterwork, Elements, works by the mavens of sacred and art music, J.S. Bach and Arvo Pärt, Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll, Schumann’s “Spring” Symphony, Beethoven’s Second, and more to lift your early-morning spirits.
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