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Masterworks IV: The Stars Above & Sands Below
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The creation of heaven and earth opens our homage to the natural wonders that surround us in Franz Joseph Haydn’s “The Depiction of Chaos” from The Creation. Take in the beauty and peace of space before feeling the gritty grains of sand shifting through your fingers in Mary Howe’s Stars and Sand. Be swept away by the cascading scenes of Michael Abel’s Liquify, featuring the premiere of KV 265’s accompanying film that fuses science and art. We end our journey with a stroll through the countryside on an unexpectedly stormy day in Beethoven’s “Pastorale” Symphony.
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View Saturday, February 3 @ 7:30 PM Performance
FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN Die Schöpfung, Die Vorstellung des Chaos (The Creation, The Depiction of Chaos) [7’]
MARY HOWE Stars and Sand for Orchestra [7’]
MICHAEL ABELS Liquify [10’]
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 6, Op. 68, “Pastorale” [39’]
Start at $12 for Adults & $7 for Students/Children
presented in partnership with
Mark Russell Smith, conductor
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INSIDE THE MUSIC
Join QCSO Music Director Mark Russell Smith in an exploration of the Masterworks programs on the Thursday evening preceding each Masterworks Concert. Free admission. Cash bar available. Doors open at 5:00 pm and the program starts approx 20 minutes later.
sponsored by The Hotel Blackhawk
One hour prior to each Masterworks performance, concert-goers are invited to attend informational pre-concert conversations to hear about the works on the program. A video is also available on all QCSO social media platforms.
sponsored by Chris Connolly, Wells Fargo Advisors
Mingle with Maestro Mark Russell Smith, guest artists, and members of the QCSO in the lobby of the Hotel Blackhawk immediately following the Saturday Masterworks Performances. Free admission. Cash bar available.
hosted by The Hotel Blackhawk
Centennial Hall, 3703 7th Ave, Rock Island, IL, 61201, United States
Starts: Sunday, February 4 14:00 -06:00 CST - Ends: Sunday, February 4 16:00 -06:00 CST