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New Century Chamber Orchestra

New Century Chamber Orchestra
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Regular Price: $30 - $70
35 and Under: $15

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New Century Chamber Orchestra

We're excited to present New Century Chamber Orchestra's 2023-2024 Season, "Music On All Levels," exploring the different ways music reaches us, whether it be emotionally, spiritually, or structurally. Our season features a diverse lineup of concerts and performers, all designed to transport you to a world of musical appreciation, no matter how you choose to appreciate it! So join us on this journey as we delve deeper into the many layers of music and discover new ways to experience its beauty and power.

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Thursday, May 2, 2024: 7:30pm

First Congregational Church, Berkeley

Saturday, May 4, 2024: 3:00pm
Presidio Theatre, San Francisco

Daniel Hope
Music Director and Concertmaster
Awadagin Pratt

Pianist Awadagin Pratt joins Daniel Hope and New Century for this program of potent contemporary American works for strings that express the full range of orchestral color. Winner of the 2024 GRAMMY for best contemporary classical composition, Jessie Montgomery’s “Rounds” uses a delicate, interconnected musical geometry to evoke patterns found in nature. Similarly, composer David Diamond wrote his exuberant work “Rounds” to dispel the gloomy wartime mood of the 1940s by writing music to celebrate American landscapes. The program closes with Leonard Bernstein’s Serenade (after Plato’s Symposium), an epic work for solo violin, strings and percussion inspired by the ancient Greek debate over love in its many forms.             
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