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6:30pm - Rite of Spring at 100

Wed January 2, 2013

Event Description:
Join Sun Valley Summer Symphony Music Director Alasdair Neale for a discussion about Igor Stravinsky’s masterpiece, The Rite of Spring, which is now celebrating the 100th anniversary of its Paris premiere. Alasdair will present an overview of the music and discuss the broad cultural impact of the avant-garde ballet whose shocking premiere is known for causing a near-riot in the audience. Orchestras and ballet companies world-wide are performing The Rite of Spring in 2013 including the Sun Valley Summer Symphony on Monday, August 12.

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Alasdair Neale is Music Director of the Sun Valley Summer Symphony (SVSS), Music Director of the Marin Symphony, and Principal Guest Conductor of the New World Symphony and The San Francisco Conservatory of Music. In his sixteen years as Music Director of the SVSS, Mr. Neale has propelled this festival to national status: it is now the largest privately funded free admission symphony in America. Among the many celebrated guest artists that Mr. Neale has brought to this festival are: Emanuel Ax, Joshua Bell, Christine Brewer, Nathan Gunn, Horacio Gutierrez, Thomas Hampson, Lynn Harrell, Midori, Itzhak Perlman, Gil Shaham, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Deborah Voigt, Frederica von Stade, Yuja Wang and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

Please contact the Sun Valley Summer Symphony for reservations: 208.622.5607 or email info@svsummersymphony.org