Nadja Plays Mendelssohn


Des Moines Symphony Masterworks 4

Internationally acclaimed Avery Fisher Prizewinner Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg is known for her fearless and electrifying interpretations and is revered as one of classical music’s most sought-after celebrities.

Joseph Giunta, conducting
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violin

WAGNER Music from Die Meistersinger*
MENDELSSOHN 
Violin Concerto*
FRANCK 
Symphony in D Minor* 

At Joseph Giunta’s invitation, she returns to the Des Moines Symphony to perform Mendelssohn’s soaring Violin Concerto for a special 75th Anniversary Season event, featuring an entire program of works performed in the Orchestra’s very first season.

*Performed in the first (1937) Drake/Des Moines Symphony season.


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Ticket Information

Group Tickets: Not Available
Donors: Sold Out
General Public: Sold Out
Please note: only children age 5 and over with tickets will be allowed into the theater for this production.
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