We return to nature with the world premiere of Jessica Hunt’s The Eagle Tree. Tucked in the northwestern-most corner of the Pacific Northwest sits Guemes Island. Hunt conjures bittersweet memories of summers spent on this remote island with joyous fanfares and hymns of remembrance and yearning.
We stay in the remote countryside for Bartók’s Romanian Folk Dances. Using transcribed Transylvanian folk melodies, Romanian Folk Dances aims to lay a foundation for a renaissance in authentic Hungarian music.
In the continuing celebration of the Ann Arbor Symphony’s 90th season, Franz Josef Haydn’s playful Symphony No. 90 in C major will delight all with unexpected endings, dignified lyricism, and a sense of humor.