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This remarkable performance will feature signature works by two musical icons – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arguably the greatest composer of all time, and Aaron Copland “America’s foremost composer."

When: Friday, May 25, 8pm
Where: Regent University Theatre (see map)

Benjamin Rous, conductor
Virginia Symphony Orchestra

Works performed this evening:

Mozart: Overture to Don Giovanni - Mozart composed his 2 act opera Don Giovanni in 1787. It was an immediate success with audiences and remains one of the most popular operas of all time.

Mozart: Symphony No. 35, Haffner - Composed by Mozart in 1782. Is also called the Haffner Symphony as It was commissioned by the Haffners, a prominent Salzburg family, for the occasion of the ennoblement of Sigmund Haffner

Copland: Appalachian Spring - a defining work of the twentieth century, evocatively capturing the wide-open spaces of frontier America.

Copland: “Hoe-Down” from Rodeo - The most famous hoedown in classical music is the section entitled "Hoe-Down" from the Rodeo ballet by Aaron Copland (1942)

About Benjamin Rous:
Admired for his dynamism on the podium, Benjamin Rous was hired as Associate Conductor of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra in 2010 and quickly became a favorite among audiences throughout southeastern Virginia. Promoted to Resident Conductor in 2013, he took on an expanded role in the VSO's calendar, where he performs annually on every series including Classics, Regional Classics, Pops, Young People's Concerts, and state tours. In the summers he pursues his love of education, serving as faculty conductor of Greenwood Music Camp in the Berkshires in western Massachusetts.

About Regent University Theatre:
With a legacy of more than 30 years, Regent University Theatre presents inspiring entertainment of the highest caliber in it's 135,000-square-foot facility
ONLY 1 SET OF TICKETS REMAIN! Mozart’s Haffner Symphony is one of his most famous, and like many of his works, it has a backstory nearly as interesting as the music itself.

Copland’s Appalachian Spring was a commission by famed dancer Martha Graham and, throughout the years, has become an American anthem as important to our national heritage as apple pie.

Enhance your experience with "Behind the Notes" - An additional experience for ticket holders.
  • Meet the artists and discover the orchestra experience from a new perspective during Behind the Notes, a pre-concert talk hosted by Resident Conductor Benjamin Rous.
  • This casual presentation gives you a special look at the music of the day, as well as the music-makers themselves. One hour before the show (7pm)
  • Free to ticket holders!

Select from these seats:

Upper Orc R - Row O, seats 6 & 8 - $50 / $61 with fees / selling here for $30 for 2 tickets SOLD
Balcony - Row N, Seats 104 & 105 - $50 / $105 with fees / selling here for $60 for 2 tickets SOLD
Balcony - Row O, seats 127 & 128 - $50 / $105 with fees / selling here for $60 for 2 tickets
Orchestra - Row E, seats 9 & 11 - $90 / $105 with fees/ selling here for $60 for 2 tickets SOLD

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About Virginia Symphony Orchestra Concerts

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Virginia Symphony Orchestra Concerts Location:
Regent University Theater 1000 Regent University Dr
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23464, US Get Directions
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