Sunday, June 2nd, 3:00 p.m. and
Tuesday, June 4th, 7:30 p.m.
These programs will highlight the orchestra in two works: Antonin Dvorak’s famous and beloved symphony, From the New World, and Hugo Alfven’s tuneful Swedish Rhapsody with melodies that you will surely recognize and enjoy. Dvorak wrote this symphony while residing and teaching in the United States in the early years of the 20th Century. It contains many American-sounding tunes, Negro Spirituals, Native American music, and even a short quote from The Stars and Stripes Forever. One of his chamber music masterpieces is his American String Quartet.
The third work is a West Coast premiere, written by David Stern and entitled Lincoln Speaks of Liberty. With narration, the four movements, all with quotes from Lincoln, are titled 1) The Foundations of our Liberty; 2) All Men are Created Equal, 3) Civil Liberty, and 4) The Gettysburg Address.
The narrator is no stranger to TICO and San Diego audiences. Dave Scott has narrated with us before, has sung popular songs, and played the trombone. He is best known as the weekend Weatherman/meteorologist for KUSI, Channel 9. He also hosts the interesting series, Dave’s World of Wonder.
Tickets for may be purchased online or by calling the synagogue office at 619 697-6001.
Mark Your Calendars for our Upcoming Concerts
July 28, 2019
Our Annual Pops Concert
Popular favorites, Broadway show music, light classics, tv, and film music
For more information about TICO and to see a complete list of the season’s concerts, click here.