Thomas Heuser, conductor;
Elizabeth Maconchy, Nocturne;
Maurice Ravel, La Valse;
Sergei Rachmaninoff, Symphonic Dances;
20th century composers produced some of history’s most exhilarating orchestral music. Maurice Ravel changed the palette of the orchestra, and his groundbreaking La Valse is a choreographic poem depicting a dream-like ballroom with swirling dancers. The ravishing Symphonic Dances of Sergei Rachmaninoff showcase the orchestra in marvelous detail, as our Maestro leads an expanded San Juan Symphony.
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