We’re pleased to share our performance of Metamorphosen by Richard Strauss, who was born 157 years ago this week. Strauss wrote the piece in the final days of Nazi rule and sought to convey the meaning of how World War II had dramatically transformed humanity. It is constructed in a unique format for 23 solo strings—each of which has a part that is unique from all the others—that blend together to form an overwhelmingly rich texture. We performed the piece with conductor Leon Botstein for a livestream from the Fisher Center at Bard on November 1, 2020. You can read the concert notes, written by TŌN violinist Bram Margoles, by clicking here.
http://theorchestranow.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/TON-Logo-300x107.png 0 0 Brian Heck http://theorchestranow.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/TON-Logo-300x107.png Brian Heck2021-06-10 14:58:282021-06-14 21:33:07VIDEO FLASHBACK: R. Strauss' Metamorphosen