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Witness over 100 of the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra's "splendidly ferocious" (San Francisco Chronicle) young talent perform an exhilarating showcase of virtuosic repertoire.
SF Symphony Youth Orchestra
Wattis Foundation Music Director
The Chairman Dances
Concerto for Marimba and Strings
Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Opus 70
At A Glance
Symphony No.7 in D minor, Opus 70 1885 | 38 mins
Dvořák’s fame at home had begun with the performance in 1873 of a patriotic cantata called The Heirs of the White Mountain. In 1878, at the urging of Brahms, the Berlin firm of Simrock added Dvořák to its list. Simrock began by issuing the Moravian Duets (for soprano and mezzo‑soprano) that had so impressed Brahms in the first place, following this with the first set of Slavonic Dances for piano four‑hands. The success of the latter work was enough to make an international reputation for Dvořák. The first performance of the Stabat Mater in Prague in 1880 made an immense impression; meanwhile, the Joachim Quartet took on his chamber music, and his work was also coming to be known in America, especially in New York as well as in Cincinnati and Saint Louis, with their big settlements of music‑loving Germans. More |