Composed of graduates from top music schools, Symphony Nova creates opportunities for its musicians to present outstanding music as they grow professionally. On April 7th, they will perform ANDY VORES: Symphony Nova Commission; COPLAND: As it Fell Upon a Day; KARL WEIGL: Songs for Soprano and String Quartet, Op. 44; and GEORGE ONSLOW: Nonet in A Minor, Op. 77. Tickets can be purchased online here.
Regarding the Five Songs: "intriguing novelties, especially seldom-heard songs for soprano and string quartet from the 1920s and ’30s by Karl Weigl, a friend and colleague of Schoenberg," - Anthony Tommasini, NY Times. [Renee Fleming with the Emerson Quartet at Carnegie Hall, May 5, 2013]
Symphony Nova concerts are four times a year in the beautiful Old South Church in Copley Square, Boston. A vibrant presence in the classical music world, Symphony Nova’s Music Director, Lawrence Isaacson inspires audiences with exciting, interactive and creative concerts.
A graduate of Northwestern University (Bachelors of Music) and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (Masters of Music), Ms. Jacobs has worked with many excellent musicians, including Karen Brunssen, Alan Darling, Ken Smith, Thomas Baresel, Barbara Honn, Ken Griffiths, Marie-France Lefebvre, Donna Loewy, and Terry Lusk. She is a recent graudate of the highly competitive Artist Diploma in Opera program at CCM.