#138: Throughlines

Saturday, May 11th, 2024

Musical ideas, like memories, evolve over time. In both Borodin’s symphonic poem and Mayer’s symphony, melodies and rhythms return over and over, transforming in subtle ways with each iteration until they have become something wholly new and triumphant. While Yaz Lancaster’s prismatic new work explores when, how, and why we return to childhood memories in our adult lives.

  • Alexander Borodin – In The Steppes Of Central Asia
  • Yaz Lancaster – Solace (world premiere)
  • Emilie Mayer – Symphony No. 7 in F minor

Conducted by Brian Dowdy

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