Omaha Symphony's Maestro Bahl Conducts Two Shows, Has Reunion With Old Friends, and Explains on KIOS
Omaha Symphony’s Music Director and Maestro Ankush Bahl has a huge week ahead of him, filled with great friends and fantastic music!
Recently on “Live & Local” with Mike Hogan, Bahl explained how on January 9th at Joslyn Art Museum’s Witherspoon Concert Hall he will celebrate American artists by conducting the program “Dvořák, Walker, & Schumann” which features works by American composers Michael Tilson Thomas and George Walker.
Then on Friday and Saturday, January 14-15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Holland Performing Arts Center, Bahl sandwiches his good friend and world renowned clarinetist Anthony McGill between Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition and Emmy Award-winning composer Adam Schoenberg’s Picture Studies inspired by Mussorgsky and works from the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Schoenberg is also a close friend of the Omaha Maestro and will be in town to witness this debut.
The week promises to be filled with magnificent musical offerings, and the joy of reuniting with old friends for the Maestro.
More information on these shows and the rest of the season at Omaha Symphony can be found at https://www.omahasymphony.org/concerts/dvorak-walker-schumann or https://www.omahasymphony.org/concerts/pictures-and-anthony-mcgill