Symphony NH Performs Beethoven's Fifth

Symphony NH will perform Mozart and Beethoven’s Fifth on Saturday, January 26th at 8 pm at the Keefe Center for the Arts, 117 Elm Street, Nashua. Pianist Max Levinson will return to Symphony NH to perform Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21, and Music Director Finalist Roger Kalia will conduct Faure Pavane, Kilar Orawa, and Beethoven Symphony No. 5. Tickets are $18-$52 with senior and student discounts available.

Known as an intelligent and sensitive artist with fearless technique, Max Levinson has performed as a soloist with Symphony NH, St. Louis Symphony, Detroit Symphony and more to wide acclaim. “The pianist’s quietly eloquent conceptions, formidable technique and lovely touch left little else to be desired.” The New York Times. "The questioning, conviction and feeling in [Levinson's] playing invariably reminds us of the deep reasons why music is important to us, why we listen to it, why we care so much about it." -The Boston Globe

Hailed as a conductor who leads with “passionate intensity” and recognized as “one to watch,” Roger Kalia is one of America’s most exciting young conductors.  A recipient of a 2013 and 2017 Solti Foundation U.S. Career Assistance Award, Kalia is currently the Assistant Conductor of Pacific Symphony and the Music Director of Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra. Roger is one of Symphony NH's Music Director Search finalists and will be presenting a pre-concert talk at 7pm before the performance.

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