New Worlds


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October 12, 2019

Kelly Kuo, conductor

Delgani String Quartet, guest artists

7:30 p.m. | Beall Concert Hall

“Key Notes,” our pre-concert talk, begins at 6:45 p.m. in Room 163.

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About The Concert

Our season begins with the juxtaposition of a longtime audience favorite, Mozart's "Jupiter Symphony," alongside dynamic new works by Indian-American composer Reena Esmail and Pulitzer-prize winner Kevin Puts. The Eugene-based Delgani String Quartet makes their inspiring OMP debut in How Wild the Sea.

What You’ll Hear

Reena Esmail: Teen Murti (“Three Figures”)

Kevin Puts: How Wild the Sea

with Delgani String Quartet

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 41 in C Major, K. 551, “Jupiter”

guest artists

Delgani String Quartet

Considered “the state’s finest chamber ensemble” by Oregon Arts Watch, the Delgani String Quartet presents exciting performances of both classic and contemporary repertoire in intimate concert settings. The quartet curates their own series in Portland, Salem, and Eugene while regularly appearing as guest artists throughout the state. Delgani has also performed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC and at Charles University in Prague.

Concert Playlist

We know that some audience members like to listen to the music we’ll be performing ahead of time, so we’ve curated these playlists just for you - listen to a sample of the pieces we’ll be performing below, or click the button for the full playlist on Spotify. If you’d rather go in fresh, that’s okay too!

Kevin puts: “How wild the sea” recording

There is not currently a recording of “How Wild the Sea” available on Spotify, but you can check it out by clicking the button below! Performance by the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, led by Steven Schick and featuring the Miró Quartet.