Eugene Symphony: C3 - Connection/Beethoven's Fifth - POSTPONED

Silva Concert Hall
Saturday, June 20, 2020 at 7:30 pm
$29-$73.75; college and youth discounts available

The Eugene Symphony remains committed to rescheduling concerts rather than cancelling them outright, in order to provide stability for musicians and staff, while also offering hope for the future and something to look forward to for our patrons and community. After careful consideration of statements made by health officials and government authorities, as well as decisions made by our partner organizations and other arts groups across the state, we have come to the difficult decision that we must postpone all remaining concerts in our 2019/20 season until further notice.

Patrons with tickets for these concerts should retain them for use on the rescheduled dates later this year, to be communicated as soon as we have new confirmed dates to share.

Alternatively, you may choose to donate the value of your ticket(s) as a tax-creditable contribution to the Eugene Symphony. To utilize this option, contact the Hult Center Ticket Office in one of the following ways: call 541-682-5000 from 12-5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or email the Ticket Office (response time is approximately 24 hours).

Thank you for your patience, understanding, and your continued support of Eugene Symphony during this unprecedented time.


Presented by Eugene Symphony

This thrilling second installment of our C3 initiative explores how music and art bring us closer together, including an innovative collaboration with the Jordan Schnitzer Museum that showcases the creative evolution of four Oregon visual artists, each interpreting a movement of Paul Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis. Then, viola guru Roberto Díaz illuminates Jennifer Higdon’s Grammy-winning Viola Concerto, and local dance troupe #instaballet crowdsources new choreography for Gabriel Fauré’s charming Pavane. Finally, Ludwig van Beethoven’s celebrated Fifth Symphony reminds us how four simple notes can spark connections that span the globe.

Francesco Lecce-Chong, conductor | Roberto Díaz, violin*

In partnership with Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art+; #Instaballet

+Hindemith: Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes of Weber

*Jennifer Higdon: Viola Concerto

#Fauré: Pavane

Beethoven: Symphony No. 5

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