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The next outstanding live performance of the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra’s 33rd season will be Sunday, February 8, in Rudder Theatre

The next outstanding live performance of the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra’s 33rd season will be Sunday, February 8, in Rudder Theatre. This classical subscription concert entitled “James Dick Unleashes the Emperor” will feature the orchestra performing works from Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven. Pianist James Dick will perform as the soloist in Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5, also known as the “Emperor Concerto”.

Music Director Marcelo Bussiki looks forward to working with James Dick again as the artist performed Beethoven’s Triple Concerto with the BVSO most recently in 2009. Bussiki shares, “Working with James has always been a delight and a pleasure. The insight and lyricism that he brings to his interpretation of Beethoven is at the level of some of the best performers in the world. The Emperor Concerto is not for just any artist to perform, it requires a depth of interpretation, expressiveness and maturity that only pianists like James can accomplish.”

What: “James Dick Unleashes The Emperor”
When: Sunday, February 8, at 5:00pm
Where: Rudder Theatre on Texas A&M University Campus in College Station

Bussiki plans this concert to showcase classic symphonic music that will demonstrate a full range of emotion. “We combined three masterpieces from the orchestral repertoire in a program that is well balanced with gorgeous music. The program goes from the lightness of a Mozart to the depth of expression of Beethoven. Yet, all of them reflecting the greatness of these three masters Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven,” says Bussiki.

Patrons can also enjoy free pre-concert talks one hour prior to each subscription performance in the Rudder Theatre Complex. Ann Thompson, a popular lecturer with the Houston Grand Opera, will again present her delightful and witty insights into the composers, the history, and meaning behind the music. Then after each subscription concert, a patron social hour at Napa Flats will keep the enjoyment going to top off an exquisite evening of culture and entertainment. The Maestro and James Dick are both scheduled to appear.

Purchase tickets securely on-line at www.bvso.org or by phone through the MSC Box Office at (979) 845-1234.