6PM & 8:30PM
The final concert of our 20th anniversary season is a celebration of our symphony’s first-ever performance of a Brahms symphony. Johannes Brahms proved himself the heir to the throne of Beethoven—his powerful, evocative, and highly romantic 4th Symphony (first movement) will be a spectacular accomplishment for the Symphony of the Hills outstanding musicians. Anyone who loves orchestral music and the Texas Hill Country will want to be in the Kathleen Cailloux Theater for this special performance. We will open the concert with a brilliant piece played by the symphony 20 years ago—Rimsky-Korsakov’s inspiring “Procession of the Nobles.” Following the Rimsky-Korsakov, symphony concertmaster Phil Johnson, assistant conductor and principal second violin Pat Lee, assistant concertmaster Ryan Coppin, and longtime symphony violinist Theresa Britt will perform the Concerto for Four Violins by Antonio Vivaldi.