MMEA preview concert featuring works by Michael Daugherty, Percy Grainger, Andrea Reinkemeyer, and Ottorino Respighi.
Our Spring program contemplates the mysteries of time and eternity through music and texts to touch our hearts and unite us across time and space. The program will feature the complete performance of Oregon composer Andrea Reinkemeyer’s haunting Cycles of Eternity, as recorded on IM’s recent album. Soprano Arwen Myers joins IM for this special program.
March 16, 2024 at 7:30 p.m.
March 17, 2024 at 4:00 p.m.
The Madeleine Parish
3123 NE 24th Ave.
In the spring of 2024, Toledo will be in the direct viewing path of a total solar eclipse. To celebrate this phenomenon, the Toledo Symphony has commissioned ADJ*ective New Music – a composers’ collective with ties to Toledo – to compose a suite of new planets. Paired with Gustav Holts’ Planets with stunning visuals from KV 265, this program explores both the scientific mysteries of space and our planets and the human imagination of what lies beyond our world.
Flutist Alexis Evers presents on Flute and Percussion Music including an introduction to composer Dr. Andrea Reinkemeyer and a performance of her composition for flute and percussion Red Flame.
In collaboration with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Mason Wind Symphony presents “In Our Hands,” a concert curated to bring awareness to humanity's collective responsibility in Earth conservation. This concert will feature a pre-concert talk highlighting how artists can advocate for environmental awareness.
Works on this final concert of the 2023-2024 performance year, the Mason Wind Symphony presents “An Outdoor Overture” by Aaron Copland, “D’un soir triste” by Lili Boulanger, Aaron Perrine’s immersive “Pale Blue on Deep,” Andrea Reinkemeyer's “Smoulder,” and Jun Nagao’s take on the “missing” movement of Gustav Holst’s The Planets, “Earth.”
$12 General Public, $8 Seniors, $5 Students