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Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra: Gramophone on Safari show brings you an enchanting classical performance by composer Jonathan Leshnoff, conductor Dirk Meyer and the well-known Meeham Perkins duo. The concert features the Leshnoff Concerto as orchestra along with two percussionists from the Perkins duo and Rachmaninoff Symphony No.2 played in E minor with the guest conductor’s choice played with DSSO’s Youth Symphony. Leshnoff is among America’s leading composers, who symphonic performances include Buffalo, IRIS, Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Philadelphia’s Chamber Orchestra, Handel Choir Dartmouth Symphonies, National Gallery of Art, Extremedura, Boca Raton, Columbus, Duluth-Superior, Fairfax, Harrisburg, Memphis, Fort Wayne, Amarillo, Tucson, Santa Barbara, Concert Opera de Toulon, Kansas City, Curtis Institute, and Kyoto.
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Conductor Meyer is the current music director of DSSO, and also holds the post of Saracosta Orchestra’s associate director in Florida. He had made frequent appearances across America as a guest conductor particularly alongside Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra. Only recently, the artist won the American Prize as a professional conductor. Owing to the incredibly talented lineup presenting at DSSO’s upcoming show, Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra: Gramophone on Safari tickets are a majorly sought after treat among orchestral music fans.
The DSSO, which is soon to perform Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra: Gramophone on Safari show, was created many years ago. Although the Duluth Symphony Orchestra is known for its professional orchestras going as far back as the late eighteenth century, the start of Duluth Civic Orchestra was noted in 1931 in music teacher Alphin Flaaten’s carriage house. The first ever concert by the Civic Orchestra took place in May 1932, under the leadership of Walter Lange. Soon enough, the organization received quite an overwhelming response community, while Paul Lemay who was assistant conductor and principal violinist at Minneapolis Symphony, ascended to the position of the first conductor. His first appearance alongside Duluth Civic Orchestra came in December 1932, soon after which Duluth Symphony Association came to be formed under Abe Miller’s management. The earliest concerts were held on London Road and at the Duluth Armory situated on Fourteenth Avenue East. By 1966, the orchestra had to relocate to DECC Auditorium located upon the waterfront, and is known to have a seating capacity of twenty-two hundred. During its 1974-74 season, the orchestra’s name was officially converted to being Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra, which would portray the close economic and cultural ties between the two port cities.
The DSSO that is presenting the upcoming Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra: Gramophone on Safari concert, has been a culturally leading organization since its inception. Currently closed to completing its eighth decade, the DSSO has continuously given the community high-end professional symphonic music performances, including both new and traditional, to an audience of all ages and backgrounds. It has made itself distinct from its present-day peers by establishing unique traditions, featuring the most prominent soloists of this day and age.
Also presenting at the forthcoming Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra: Gramophone on Safari show, is the Meehan Perkins duo, which was formed in 2006. The two have been praised by Wall Street Journal as gifted percussionists, while the New Yorker has referred to them as superb young players. Since their aim is to create an entirely new body of musical pieces for the percussion genre, they have collaborated with such composers as Matt McBane, John Supko, Nathan Davis, Paul Lansky, and David Lang. By working alongside such composers, the two have expanded their repertoire, producing eclectic electro acoustic and new acoustic tunes for percussion. They have share their music with people all over the country by performing at venues like the Percussive Arts International Society Convention, the Stone, International Institute-Festival of Round Top, Yellow Barn Festival, Monadnock Music, Ojai Music Festival, Weill Recital Hall, alongside concerts abroad in Petrozavodsk, and St. Petersburg, Russia. Don’t miss the DSSO’s upcoming performance by such innovative musicians; just grab some cheap Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra: Gramophone on Safari tickets and be there to experience the musical cultural mix.
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