Our American Roots - POSTPONED TO FEB. 26

  • Jan. 29, 2022
  • Fred Kavli Theatre
  • Tickets: $120.00-$30.00
New West Symphony’s “Our American Roots” program scheduled for January 29th has been postponed to February 26th due to COVID-19 restrictions. The soloist for the Korngold Violin Concerto will be announced closer to February 26th.  Programming subject to change.

We apologize for any inconvenience this change may have caused. Please contact the BAPAC Box office if you wish to swap your ticket(s) for another New West Symphony performance, or to receive a refund.
Thank you,

New West Symphony Staff

Be it Hollywood’s “Silver Screen” or its majestic mountains, rivers and vast plains, America inspires great music and art! Czech-born composer Antonín Dvořák traveled our bustling urban centers and spacious rural landscapes at the end of the 19th century and wove a beautiful tapestry of American traditional styles with Western European symphonic traditions, leading to the work of Aaron Copland and Joan Tower. John Williams and Erich Korngold took that inspiration and created epic scores that have become the soundtracks of our lives. Violin superstar Elena Urioste takes to the stage with Michael Christie and the New West Symphony for this kaleidoscopic event celebrating America’s musical heritage.


Star Spangled Banner
Aaron Copland | Fanfare for the Common Man
Antonín Dvořák | Suite in A major, Op. 98b “American”
Joan Tower | Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman
Erich Wolfgang Korngold | Violin Concerto
John Williams | Star Wars Suite


Michael Christie, conductor
Elena Urioste, violin

Program and artists are subject to change.


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