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Looks like the DSO is going to stream tomorrow's concert for free at https://www.dso.org/live. After a few days, it will appear on their new replay service (requires a min of $50 donation to the DSO). They say they have 3 year streaming rights to the concerts (although it's not specific about the one tomorrow). Program includes the Oboe Concerto (the original recording of which will feature in the new The Magic of John Williams Special coming out on the IndyCast next week), Liberty Fanfare, Pops on the March and selected film music led by Leonard Slatkin. I suspect the Oboe Concerto will be released in the Slatkin/Williams Concerti series. (See my post about the Tuba Concerto.) A John Williams Celebration https://www.dso.org/ShowEventsView.aspx?id=4916&prod=4914 Sun, Feb 10 from 3:00 - 5:00pm EST Artists Leonard Slatkin, conductor Alexander Kinmonth, oboe For five decades, Leonard Slatkin has championed the diverse music of America. This three-week festival begins with a cross-country musical travelogue of sorts from Morton Gould, Joan Tower, Leonard Bernstein, and Virgil Thompson, plus Ferde Grofe’s colorful Grand Canyon Suite, and continues with film and concert music by John Williams. Program JOHN WILLIAMS Liberty Fanfare JOHN WILLIAMS Pops on the March JOHN WILLIAMS Concerto for Oboe JOHN WILLIAMS Selected Film Music
I just noticed that my hometown symphony orchestra Oulu Sinfonia here in Finland will be performing Williams' Oboe Concerto on the 15th of February 2018. There are a few Finnish John Williams fans here on the messageboard so thought to post this news in its own thread. You can find more info HERE. Below is the programme of the concert:
I know this is just repeating what is said on the JWFan main page but I thought this would warrant its own thread for discussion. This is really fantastic news