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Mendelssohn once described his “Italian” Symphony as “blue sky in A major,” and audiences will experience the composer’s impressions of Italy, Mediterranean sunshine, religious solemnity, monumental art and architecture, and open countryside in this delightful work. Paganini wasn't called the "devil's fiddler" for nothing. His blistering Violin Concerto No. 1, performed by Caroline Goulding, will dazzle and delight.

Mendelssohn once described his “Italian” Symphony as “blue sky in A major,” and audiences will experience the composer’s impressions of Italy, Mediterranean sunshine, religious solemnity, monumental art and architecture, and open countryside in this delightful work. Paganini wasn't called the "devil's fiddler" for nothing. His blistering Violin Concerto No. 1, performed by Caroline Goulding, will dazzle and delight.

Mendelssohn once described his “Italian” Symphony as “blue sky in A major,” and audiences will experience the composer’s impressions of Italy, Mediterranean sunshine, religious solemnity, monumental art and architecture, and open countryside in this delightful work. Paganini wasn't called the "devil's fiddler" for nothing. His blistering Violin Concerto No. 1, performed by Caroline Goulding, will dazzle and delight.

WHEN

WHERE

Bass Performance Hall
525 Commerce St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
http://www.fwsymphony.org/concerts/concerts.asp?concert=396

TICKET INFO

$20-$82
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