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January 19 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Join Eugene Science Center at the Hult Center on Thursday, January 19th during the Eugene Symphony’s performance of Mozart’s “Jupiter!”
From Eugene Symphony:
Internationally renowned conductor and early music expert Nicholas McGegan leads the Eugene Symphony for the first time in a program of music from the 18th century. You’ll hear two revered works by the incomparable genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, including his “Turkish” Violin Concerto played by rising star Julian Rhee and his joyful “Jupiter” Symphony. We also feature music by classical period Austrian composer Marianna Martines and a largely forgotten gem by Haydn.
Join us at 6:30 pm in the Studio at the Hult Center for our Guild Pre-Concert Talk. ESA Executive Director Scott Freck will moderate a conversation with guest conductor Nicholas McGegan and guest violinist Julian Rhee. Arrive early! This event tends to fill up.