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Juan Pablo Jofre (Public Domain)
MUSIC: This multifaceted concert features Respighi’s Feste romane. The program also includes two pieces by Brahms and a new lyrical double concerto by Juan Pablo Jofre.

Symphony San Jose presents Feste Romane

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Date(s) - 03/26/2022
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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California Theatre

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BUY TICKETS – $55-115 – Entry Requirements. Parking: Easy, inexpensive parking is just one block away from the theatre at San Jose City Garage on San Carlos Street with entrances on 2nd and 3rd Streets.

This multifaceted concert features Respighi’s Feste romane. The program also includes two pieces by Brahms and a new lyrical double concerto performed by renowned classical violinist Rachel Lee Priday together with its composer, Juan Pablo Jofre, playing the haunting bandoneon.

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  1. Lee Kopp says:

    This program has been changed. The Carmina Burana element (which takes 3 large choirs) will be moved to next season due to COVID concerns. Juan Pablo Jofre’s Double Concerto featuring Rachel Lee Priday and himself as soloists will still be included. Carlos Vieu will still conduct. Here is the rest of the program information. Can you please make this change for us? Thanks. Lee

    March 26-27, 2022 California Theatre
    Symphony San Jose presents “Feste romane”
    WHEN: Saturday, March 26 at 8pm and Sunday, March 27 at 2:30pm
    WHERE: The California Theater, 345 South First Street, San Jose, 95113
    TICKETS: 408.286.2600 or http://www.symphonysanjose.org
    Single Tickets: $55 to $115
    Conductor: Carlos Vieu
    Soloists: Juan Pablo Jofre, Bandoneon and Rachel Lee Priday, Violin

    This multifaceted concert features Respighi’s Feste romane. The program also includes two pieces by Brahms and a new lyrical double concerto performed by renowned classical violinist Rachel Lee Priday together with its composer, Juan Pablo Jofre, playing the haunting bandoneon.

    The Program:
    Johannes Brahms: Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny)
    Juan Pablo Jofre: Bandoneon Violin Double Concerto No. 1
    with Juan Pablo Jofre and Rachel Lee Priday
    Johannes Brahms: Nanie
    Ottorino Respighi: Feste romane

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