Mozart wrote several horn concertos specifically for the preimenant horn player of the late 17th Century, Joseph Leutgeb. The difficult passages together with Mozart’s characteristic humor in his writing shows his affection and his enormous respect for Leutgeb’s abilities. Schubert’s 6th symphony was the first of his Symphonies to be performed publically in Vienna – he was not known during his own lifetime for his Symphonic work. When Dvořák discovered them he said, “The more I study them, the more I marvel.” The CSO’s regular venue for our Chamber Series, the Read House Silver Ballroom, will be undergoing renovations during our 2017/18 season. We are happy to announce that we have partnered with Chattanooga State and their Music Department as our Chamber Series venue for the season. The Humanities Theatre has fixed, raked seating of up to 300, allowing for more patrons to attend. The raised stage allows all patrons to be able to see the musicians from their seat. The extra stage space allows for us to collaborate with other art forms, such as dancers with the Chattanooga Ballet. Concessions will be available at each performance for purchase. We hope you’re as excited as we are to hear our wonderful Chamber musicians in what is still an intimate venue. Join us!
Chattanooga State Humanities Building Auditorium
Sunday, January 14, 2018 03:00 PMBuy Tickets