Sunday, January 21  |  3:00 PM

Concert III: Distant Lands

Principal Conductor and Artistic Director Alastair Willis turned to the world of the theater for inspiration, from Bologne’s opera overture and Haydn’s incidental music for the stage to Shakespeare, who connects the work of Vaughan Williams and Clyne.

Countess de Hoernle Theatre at Spanish River High School

Pre-Concert Conversation 2:00 – 2:30 p.m.


BOLOGNE                     Overture to L’ Amant Anonyme

HAYDN                         Symphony No. 60, Il Distratto   

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS       Fantasia on Greensleeves

CLYNE                           Sound and Fury


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Alastair Willis

Alastair Willis

Grammy-nominated Alastair Willis maintains a busy guest conducting schedule with major orchestras across the USA and around the world. Currently, he serves as Music Director of the South Bend Symphony Orchestra. A brilliant musician, Mr. Willis is known for his strong podium presence and engaging and attractive personality; his appearances with The Symphonia are audience favorites.

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