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GEORGE GERSHWIN

Rhapsody in Blue • Strike Up the Band • Promenade • Catfish Row

Joann Falletta leads the incomparable Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra in a survey of George Gershwin works that fired up the New York music scene with Gershwin’s take on jazz. Acclaimed as a “bold, gutsy performance with plenty of pizzazz” and with “impressive brilliance and depth.”

“One of the finest conductors of her generation.”

– The New York Times

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AARON COPLAND

Rodeo • Dance Panels • El Salón México • Danzón Cubano

While some of Copland’s works have become hugely successful, such as his celebration of the American West, Rodeo, and his portraits of popular Mexican melodies, El Salón Mexico, some of his other works are underrepresented. Discover new worlds in a glittering musical competition evoked in the rhythmically complex Danzón Cubano, and the abstract dance movements of Dance Panels.

“With Slatkin you end up feeling complete satisfaction...”

– BBC Music Magazine

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JOHAN DE MEIJ

The Symphonies: Lord of the Rings • The Big Apple • Planet Earth

Award-winning conductor and composer Johan de Meij’s First Symphony ‘The Lord of the Rings’ is a spectacular evocation of Tolkien’s classic tale. The Second Symphony is an ode to New York City, while the cinematic effects of the Third Symphony form an epic paean to the earth in all its beauty.

“The Peabody Conservatory Wind Ensemble has to be rated among the very top wind bands in the US.”

– Fanfare

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