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National Symphony Orchestra

Noseda Conducts Bologne, Sibelius, and Mozart

Music Director Gianandrea Noseda makes his long-awaited return to the Concert Hall!

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Join the National Symphony Orchestra for a program featuring the First Symphony by Joseph Bologne, the first known classical composer of African ancestry. Born the son of an enslaved woman and white plantation owner, Bologne was a violin virtuoso and famed fencer who rose to stardom in Paris during the French Revolution. The concert also includes Sibelius’s heart-wrenching Valse triste and Mozart’s Symphony No. 40.

Gianandrea Noseda, conductor

Bologne “Chevalier de Saint-Georges”: Symphony No. 1

Sibelius: Valse triste

Mozart: Symphony No. 40

Thanks to: NSO Classical Sponsor Raytheon Technologies, Lead Sponsor Jennifer and David Fischer, and Major Sponsor Dr. Gary Mather and Ms. Christina Co Mather. The NSO Music Director Chair is Endowed by the Roger and Victoria Sant Trust.

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