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Friday, October 27, 2017
7:30 p.m.


Westermann Stage, Concert Hall


Regular price: $25

Adelphi Symphony Orchestra

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Gustav Mahler silhouette-Otto Böhler

Christopher Lyndon-Gee, music director
Oswaldo Machado, solo piano
Kelley Nassief, solo soprano

The most important and fascinating post-modernist composer in the world today, Valentin Silvestrov (Ukraine, born 1937), is presented with one of his greatest works: Postludium, featuring as solo pianist our recently graduated student of composition, conducting and piano, Oswaldo Machado.

Much-loved faculty member, the distinguished soprano, Kelley Nassief, sings Richard Strauss‘s matchless and unforgettable Four Last Songs; and Ms. Nassief joins the orchestra in the magical Finale, mixing the whimsical and mystical of Gustav Mahler‘s profound Fifth Symphony.


  • Valentin Silvestrov: Postludium (Oswaldo Machado, solo piano)
  • Richard Strauss: Four Last Songs (Kelley Nassief, solo soprano)
  • Gustav Mahler: Symphony Nr. 4  (Kelley Nassief, solo soprano)       
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