The Toledo Symphony's Spring Line Up Has Something for Everyone - All Bach, Music of the Eagles and More

April and May are filled with performances that will appeal to all of the senses.

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Stefan Sanderling

Toledo, OH (PRWEB) March 22, 2013

The final months of the 2012-2013 season are soon approaching.

April 6, 7:30 PM - All Bach - Stefan Sanderling, conductor; Valentin Ragusitu, viola
This all Bach concert presents pieces by Bach CPE, Bach JC (Viola Concerto), Bach PDQ (Canine Cantata), and Bach J.S.

April 7, 3 PM - The Big Dig - with the Toledo Botanical Gardens
We're partnering with the Botanical Gardens for this nature-inspired family concert. Enjoy pre-concert activities at 2 PM in the Peristyle lobby, including a musical petting zoo provided by RETIG Music, a meet and greet with Tulip the Turtle, and more.

April 13, 8 PM - The Music of the Eagles
It's the symphonic rock experience of the year. Glenn DeLaunne and his band play it all - from Hotel California to Desperado.

April 19 & 20, 8 PM - The Romantic Guitar
Conductor Maximiano Valdes and guitartist Xuefei Yang make their Toledo Symphony debut in this concert featuring Spanish, Mexican, and Brazilian showstoppers. The program will be completed with Shostakovich's Symphony No. 9.

April 28, 7 PM - Chamber IV - Brahms Quintet
Enjoy the intimate setting of the Toledo Club as you listen to music performed by some of Toledo's great musicians. Rheinberger's 'Nonet' and Brahms 'Piano Quintet' are the program for the evening featuring all Toledo Symphony musicians.

May 4, 8 PM - Broadway Rocks!
From Jesus Christ Superstar, and the Wiz, to Jersey Boys, Rent, and Mamma Mia, this Broadway Rocks! concert brings the best torch songs and anthems to the stage. It's all of your favorite shows in one.

May 12, 3 PM - Rossini's Italian Girl - with the Toledo Opera
We're partnering with the Toledo Opera for this family concert. Enjoy pre-concert activities at 2 PM in the Peristyle lobby, including a musical petting zoo provided by RETIG Music, and the Toledo Opera.

May 17 & 18, 8 PM - Tchaikovsky's Fifth
Stefan Sanderling leads the thrilling conclusion to the season. Pianist Cornelia Herrmann performs Mozart's 'Piano Concerto K. 491 in C Minor.

Tickets can be purchased by calling the box office at 419-246-8000 and online at http://www.toledosymphony.com.


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