Symphonies of Iowa March 25 and 26, 2012
Pianist and composer Timothy Andres gives listeners a glimpse into the creative process as he joins the Waterloo Cedar Falls Symphony Orchestra to perform his own realization of Mozart’s unfinished piano concerto. The opening work Bathtub Shrine, originally commemorating the death of William Harwood, is an elegy composed by Andres for the Yale Symphony. The WCFSO also presents Schumann’s Symphony No. 4 in D Minor, a piece which Schumann himself revised almost 10 years after its completion.
(Concert recorded Feb. 4, 2012)