Palm Beach Symphony announces its 2022-2023 Masterworks Season featuring an expanded schedule of six concerts that will feature legendary guest artists drawn from the world’s great stages – violinists Joshua Bell and Sarah Chang, pianists Garrick Ohlsson, Misha Dichter, and Maria JoãoPires and mezzo-soprano Susan Graham – who join Music Director Gerard Schwarzin programs that will include two world premieres, including a commission bythe Symphony, and six additional works that are new to the Symphony’s repertoire.
As a member and patron, you make it possible for us to present an expanded season of six Masterworks concerts.
Membership levels will change after May 31.
Sounds that shaped Hollywood's golden age.
Korngold escaped WWII Europe, landed in Hollywood, and shaped the sounds of film’s golden age. Now, violin phenom Midori performs Korngold’s criminally underplayed, moving Violin Concerto – in a concert also featuring Dvořák’s thrilling Eighth and a spirited homage to our nation’s founders
For the first time ever, we're proud to present all five Masterworks Concerts at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.
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