San Juan Symphony - Bernstein and Brahms
The young Brahms was supposed to write Beethoven’s next great symphony. Overcoming the intense scrutiny of his works, Johaness Brahms created a majestic First Symphony, at times thunderous and severe, then redemptive and serene. The San Juan Symphony matches that energy with Leonard Bernstein’s personal and uplifting choral work, Chichester Psalms, featuring a large combined choir with singers from both Farmington and Durango.
Thomas Heuser, conductor
Durango Choral Society, Linda Mack Berven, director
Caliente Choir, Virginia Nickels-Hircock, director
|| Ben Hinkley, boy soprano
||Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68