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Bard.edu: "On November 14, [Leon Botstein] will lead the Orchestra in the rarely heard Scherzi musicali by Black American composer Ulysses Kay"

Ulysses Kay (1917-1995)

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The Orchestra Now (TŌN) has announced the addition of two more symphonic concerts to be livestreamed for free as part of its fall season. On November 1, Music Director and Founder Leon Botstein will conduct a program pairing 20th century works by Schoenberg, Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas, and R. Strauss with Handel’s Water Music; and on November 14, he will lead the Orchestra in the rarely heard Scherzi musicali by Black American composer Ulysses Kay. The concert will also feature Haydn’s Symphony No. 48 and works by Varèse and Hindemith. The livestreamed concerts are free and will be available for streaming after the performances.


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Bard.edu: "On November 14, [Leon Botstein] will lead the Orchestra in the rarely heard Scherzi musicali by Black American composer Ulysses Kay"

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