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Signature Concert 4: Anxious, Tender & Jaunty

March 5, 2022 @ 7:30 pm March 13, 2022 @ 2:00 pm

Anxious, Tender, and Jaunty. FCS Signature Concert 4

This concert is also available for Livestream on March 5th or Webcast replay on March 13th.

Written for hornist Joseph Leutgeb, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s melodious Horn Concerto No. 3 is a tender expression of their friendship. Felix Mendelssohn’s lively Symphony No. 4, Italian interprets his extensive travels in Italy. George Walker’s commission work for the new millennium, Tangents, has overtones of both anxiety and hope. “Jaunty” is the only way to describe Florence Price’s exuberant Suite of Dances.

Lincoln Center

417 West Magnolia St
Fort Collins, CO 80521


Repertoire:

  • Symphony No. 4, The Italian – Felix Mendelssohn
  • Horn Concerto No. 3 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,
  • Tangents – George Walker
  • Suite of Dances – Florence Price

Guest Artist:

Hornist Oto Carrillo

Hornist Oto Carrillo

Oto Carrillo was appointed to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra horn section by Daniel Barenboim in 2000.  A native of Guatemala, Mr. Carrillo grew up in Chicago. He received a bachelor’s degree in music performance from DePaul University and master’s degree in both music performance and musicology from Northwestern University. After graduating, he won positions with the Memphis and Cedar Rapids orchestras, and continued playing for two seasons as a member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, coached by Dale Clevenger.

Mr. Carrillo has performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Lisbon’s Metropolitana Orchestra, the Chicago Sinfonietta, Music of the Baroque, Chicago Philharmonic, Lyric Opera of Chicago, and has played in various summer festival orchestras including the National Repertory Orchestra, National Orchestral Institute, and Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra. He has collaborated with chamber groups such as the Chicago Chamber Musicians and appeared on the MusicNow series. Carrillo was a member of the Millar Brass Ensemble whose performances have been recorded on the Delos and Koss labels. In addition, he gave the Chicago premiere of Augusta Read Thomas’ Silver Chants the Litanies for horn and chamber orchestra.

Currently, Carrillo is faculty at DePaul University and the Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific, a unique summer training program for aspiring young orchestral musicians in British Columbia. 

Learn more about Oto Carrillo at DePaul.edu.


Sponsors:

Concert Sponsors:

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Season Sponsors:

Dr. David and Alison Dennis

Dr. Ed Siegel

Dr. Peter Springberg and Janet Kowall

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Week-of Concert Events:

Composer Talks

Wednesday, March 2 at noon
Location TBD
Free

Join CSU professor Dr. Dawn Grapes on the Wednesday prior to most Signature concerts for an entertaining and informative lecture about the upcoming featured composers. Light refreshments. Sponsored by the Friends of the Symphony.

Open Rehearsals

Thursday, March 4 at 7:00 p.m.
at the Lincoln Center
Free

Learn firsthand what it takes for an orchestra to bring live music to the stage. Houselights remain on during this comfortable preview of each upcoming Signature concert. The rehearsal closes to the public at 8:30 p.m. intermission. Sponsored by Bank of Colorado.

Pre-Concert Talks

Saturday, March 5 at 6:30 p.m.
at the Lincoln Center
included with ticket purchase

Prior to each Signature concert, join Maestro Wes Kenney for his musings on what you are about to hear.


Program Notes:

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