Mahler's Symphony No. 3

04/12/2019, 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

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Mahler Symphony No. 3

Marcelo Lehninger Conductor | Michelle DeYoung Mezzo-soprano
Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus Pearl Shangkuan, Director
Mandala
Sean Ivory, Director
Grand Rapids Symphony Junior Youth Chorus  Jackie Sonderfan-Schoon, Director

IMPORTANT UPDATES ABOUT THIS PERFORMANCE:
Westbound (WB) I-196 is closed over the Grand River near US-131. Until August 30, WB I-196 will not have access to US-131 and only one lane of traffic will be open to access Fuller Ave, College Ave 
and the Ottawa Ave/Downtown exit. Also, note that there will be NO intermission for this weekend's performances.

One of his most popular orchestral works of all, Mahler’s sunny, Symphony No. 3 was named the “10th Greatest Symphony of All Time” in a poll of professional conductors for BBC Music Magazine.  A lover of nature,  Mahler spent his summers in the countryside outside of Salzburg. He composed his Third Symphony in a tiny shed, specially built, at the edge of a meadow, on the shore of a lake, with a view of the mountains beyond. Grammy Award-winning mezzo-soprano Michelle DeYoung, who was born in Grand Rapids, returns home as vocal soloist in the work featuring a slow movement that was arranged for a smaller orchestra and performed in New York City in 2011 on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

Click HERE to read our program notes.
Tune in to our concert rebroadcast on Blue Lake Public Radio on Sunday, May 19 at 1 pm.
 

Buy Tickets

Individual tickets start at $18 |  Students $5

Enhance Your Concert Experience and Enjoyment

Inside the Music, 7 PM - Free Preconcert Talks
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Series Sponsor: Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Helen DeVos  |  Guest Artist Sponsored by Edith I. Blodgett Guest Artist Fund
Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus Sponsor: Mary E. Tuuk


Beginning this season, new security measures will be in place. All patrons must pass through metal detectors upon entering the venue. All bags are subject to inspection. Bags larger than 14 x 14 x 6 inches will not be permitted.