Doors open at 6pm. Preshow Lecture begins at 6:30pm. Performance begins at 7:30pm
Jose’ Luis Gomez, violin
Lauren Roth, violin
Michelle Abraham, violin
“I love Mozart’s music, and this is a special opportunity for me to play it alongside my colleague and friend. Michelle and I are a team on the first stand and I hope the audience enjoys seeing us partner as soloists to bring alive the joy and life of this piece.” – Lauren Roth, TSO Concertmaster.
Stretching boundaries of form, length, harmony, and perceived emotional content, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 (1803/1804) is considered an important landmark in the transition between the Classical period and Romantic era.