Pacific Symphony logo

Symphony Thursdays @7pm - Lauridsen & Daugherty

Kaylet Torrez

March 4 — April 2, 7:00 p.m.Virtual Online Event

Hal & Jeanette Segerstrom Family Foundation Virtual Classical Series

Artists

Carl St.Clair, conductor
Pacific Symphony
 
Program
LAURIDSEN: "O Magnum Mysterium"
(arranged by the composer for brass ensemble)

DAUGHERTY: "Asclepius"
Fanfare for Brass and Percussion

Symphony Thursdays @7pm continues with music for brass ensemble:

  • Morten Lauridsen’s "O Magnum Mysterium" has become one of the world’s most performed and recorded compositions since its 1994 premiere. Experience the composer's own brass arrangement of this "quiet song of profound inner joy."
     
  • Michael Daugherty's "Asclepius" refers to the Greek God of medicine. This majestic fanfare for brass and percussion celebrates those who devote their lives to medical research and healing.

This performance is available for FREE streaming from March 4 through April 2.

Watch on YouTube, Facebook or just click the screen below!

Livestream FAQs to enhance your virtual concert experience.

Read the program notes before the concert on the Pacific Symphony App. New App downloads will be entered to win an Amazon Gift Card!

After watching the concert, please fill out this short survey.

Don't miss a beat! Sign up here to get email reminders about upcoming events.

Please help us continue to provide content like this:
Make a Gift to Pacific Symphony