Fred Kavli Theatre | Thousand Oaks, California
There is no better way to listen to classical music than listening to it performed by a masterful orchestra. The New West Symphony will bring Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Giovanni Bottesini back to life by performing their compositions live at the Fred Kavli Theatre on Saturday 1st October 2022. Led by American composer and double bass prodigy Xavier Foley, the New West Symphony: Masters of Melody is a night of emotion and melodies expressed through musical notes that can bring listeners to a whimsical journey. Masters of Melody is part of the New West Symphony's 2021/2022 Masterpiece Series entitled "Tune Into the Magic: The Return of Live Music." Experience the harmonious music performed by the world’s most tenure musicians only at the Fred Kavli Theatre!
The New West Symphony orchestra includes some of the world’s most talented and accomplished musicians. These orchestra members have performed as soloists and with the finest orchestras. Some have also performed in notable symphonic tracks featured in films, such as Jurassic Park, La La Land, and Star Wars.
On Saturday 1st October 2022 at the Fred Kavli Theatre, the New West Symphony brings you Masters of Melody, a unique program featuring works from Mozart, Bottesini, and Music of the Great American Songbook and Beyond.
Guests can expect the romantic Double Bass Concerto No. 2 in B Minor by Bottesini in all its three movements. Guest can also count on hearing one of the greatest symphonies ever composed, Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter,” the last and longest composition from the great Mozart. Symphony No. 41 “Jupiter” features four movements and lasts around 33 minutes.
Masters of Melody is a special program and will only be performed on select venues, including Fred Kavli Theatre. The program is led by artists Michael Christie as conductor, Xavier Foley on double bass, and Hermanos Herrera as a guest ensemble.
If you are a lover of classical music, the New West Symphony: Masters of Melody is a night you do not want to miss!