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The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia

Mozart, Piazzolla, and John Cage

Sunday
Dec 03, 2017
Monday
Dec 04, 2017
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Overview

Conductors/Artists

Dirk Brossé, Conductor
Mimi Stillman, Flute

Program

Mozart arr. Adam Vidiksis
Würfelspiel (Dice Game) – Musician Realization – Kv516f version one

Salieri
Sinfonia Veneziana in D 

Mozart
Flute Concerto No.  1 in G Major

Mozart arr. Adam Vidiksis
Würfelspiel (Dice Game) – Patron Realization – Kv516f version two

Roussel
Concerto for Small Orchestra, Op 34

Dirk Brossé
DNA in Music*

John Cage
Atlas Eclipticalis

Astor Piazzolla
Libertango

*US Premiere

Audience participation and artistic design are on display for the Chamber Orchestra’s dynamic 3rd series. Nearly 225 years later, Würfelspiel, Mozart’s famous Dice Game algorithm will allow audiences to “design” the structure of the new works arranged by COP’s artist-in-residence Adam Vidiksis. With the aleatoric scores displayed throughout the Perelman Theater, the audience will have an intimate understanding of the works as they’re being performed. Mimi Stillman, Curtis trained flutist, shows off her improvisation skills in Mozart’s Flute Concerto No. 1in G Major. A concert you definitely do not want to miss.

Perelman Theater

Inside the Kimmel Center

300 S Broad St

Philadelphia, PA 19102