XIAN ZHANG conductor



MOZART Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter”

ROUSE Bassoon Concerto (East Coast Premiere, New Jersey Symphony Co-Commission)

ROSSINI Overture to Guillaume Tell 

The “Jupiter” Symphony offers inspiration for the sheer miracle and Swiss-watch perfection of its final movement—and heartache, because this was Mozart’s last symphony. Beloved Principal Bassoon Robert Wagner has served New Jersey Symphony audiences for 42 years; he plays the East Coast premiere of Christopher Rouse’s lyrical concerto. And why not play with convention and end with a starter: the rousing “Hi-yo, Silver!” curtain-raiser to Rossini’s Guillaume Tell.


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