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    Presented by at Tsai Performance Center

    October 27, 2012



    Composer in Residence David Rakowski builds on “Current Conditions” to present his Symphony no. 4, commissioned by the NEP; Thea Musgrave considers the rainbow; Richard Strauss meditates on nature and the seasons of human life; and Debussy paints the sea in three contrasting moods.

    Richard Pittman, conductor
    Sarah Pelletier, soprano
    David Rakowski: Symphony No. 4 (World Premiere)
    Richard Strauss: Vier letzte Lieder
    Thea Musgrave: Rainbow
    Claude Debussy:
    La Mer

    Tsai Performance Center

    Boston University
    685 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston, MA 02215

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