November 14, 2016
The “exciting conductor-less band of strings” (New Yorker) returns, bringing its signature “warm glow” (New York Times) to a folk-themed program of music from Spain, Poland, Bohemia, and the United States. When these principals of major orchestras and members of leading chamber ensembles join together, the result is always “sheer exuberance” (New York Times).
Turina — La oración del Torero, op. 34
John Adams — Shaker Loops
Lutosławski — Five Folk Melodies
Dvořák — Serenade for Strings in E Major, op. 22
Watch & Listen
ECCO plays Mozart Symphony no. 29 K.201, IV - Allegro con Spirito
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