Lancaster Symphony Dvorak's "New World"

Event Location

Lancaster Bible College

901 Eden Road

Lancaster, PA 17601

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  • 20 May

Mauldin’s High Places will create the sensation of climbing higher and higher up a mountain and gazing out over an arid New Mexico landscape. The climb continues with a piece that Neil Armstrong took with him to the moon during the Apollo 11 mission, Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9. Popularly known as the “New World Symphony,” its melodies were inspired by the music of Native-Americans and America’s prairie landscapes. Finally, the 70th anniversary season concludes with the world’s greatest blues harmonica player, Corky Siegel, performing his legendary mash up of blues and classical music in the World Premiere of Symphonic Blues No. 7.

The performance will run approximately one hour and 45 minutes in length, including a 20-minute intermission.

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