Join us for our season finale of classical masterpieces. Since Spring brings about renewal and optimism, we celebrate it also with Antonin Dvořák’s anthem to American roots – his Symphony No.9 “From The New World.” A true musical melting pot fusing American folk music with classical European traditions.

Finnish composer John Sibelius’ “Finlandia” so inspired his country during their war with Russia that it became their national anthem. His “Spring Song” represents one of Sibelius’ hidden musical gems. Two other works fill out the bill: British composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s delightful “Danse Negre” was one the many works that made this Black composer the toast of late 18th century London. Russian composer Alexander Borodin’s “Steppes of Central Asia”, an bewitching blend of melodies and textures.