Nov. 21 Symphony Concert: ‘Music of the Night’

| November 19, 2010
Paul Davis

Paul Davis, conductor

The Webster University Symphony, under the baton of Paul G. Davis, presents “Music of the Night.”

Time: 7 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 21
Community Music School Concert Hall, 535 Garden Ave.
$12 general public; $5 to senior adults; free to students with current ID. Tickets are purchased at the door.

For season tickets, call 314-968-7040.

The program includes a celebration of the 200th year of the birth of Frederic Chopin, with Webster music professor Daniel Schene performing Chopin’s “Piano Concerto in F minor,” music from Tchaikovsky’s “Sleeping Beauty,” and Brahms’ “Second Symphony in D Major.”

Music professor Daniel Schene

A native of New York, Schene has performed as a recitalist, chamber musician, concert soloist, and accompanist across the U.S. and Canada, as well as France, Italy, Turkey, Chile, Brazil, Greece and Asia.

He is a frequent guest artist with the Saint Louis Symphony’s Chamber Music St. Louis concerts and the Prelude series at Powell Hall.

Schene has been Artist-in-Residence and Director of Keyboard Studies at Webster University since 1983 and is a founding faculty member of the Indiana University Summer Academy and the Institute for Advanced Vocal Studies in Paris.

Category: St. Louis Campus News

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  1. Paul Davis says:

    Thank you for this post. We are VERY grateful for the listing.  There are a couple of glaring errors.  The first is the misspelling of the word “Associated.”  The second is that the theme of the concert is “Music of the Night.”  The word associated is only in the text of the script, not in the title.  Is it too late to make these corrections?  Thanks, PD

  2. janskyd says:

    Paul, thanks for the correction. Sorry about the mislabeled theme; somewhere along the way we had bad info (and made it a typo on top of it).