Aspiring composers in their late twenties wrote both works on this program, at points when the public had yet to catch on to their greatness. From there, the future paths of these brilliant musicians could hardly have been more different. Building on the confidence gained in his early Serenades and other large-ensemble experiments, Brahms became the elder statesman of Vienna, with a rich catalog of orchestral music as distinguished and self-assured as his thick gray beard. Schubert, already nearing the end of his tragically short life when he wrote his masterful Ninth Symphony, was not so fortunate; as one publisher wrote when rejecting his manuscripts, ‘The public does not yet sufficiently and generally understand the peculiar, often ingenious, but perhaps now and then somewhat curious procedures of your mind’s creations.”
Location Rosarian Academy
807 N Flagler Dr, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Running Time 1 hour, 30 minutes
Parking Parking garage located adjacent to the theater and all guest are welcome to enjoy free parking.
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