Omaha Symphony Introduces Chamber Music Series

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February 2nd, 2021

Omaha, NE—Omaha Symphony introduces a new chamber music series this week. Their first concert this Thursday will present cornerstones of string and wind repertoire and will tie in with this season’s Masterworks concerts. Dani Meier, Vice President of Artistic Administration and member of the bass section of the Omaha Symphony.

Featuring Dani Meier, Vice President of Artistic Administration and member of the bass section of the Omaha Symphony.

Omaha Symphony is of course known for their symphony orchestra, but chamber performances are a rare opportunity for the musicians and audience members to experience classical music in a new way.

Thursday’s concert highlights composers who found success at a young age, including Malcolm Arnold, Carl Nielsen, and Rossini. It also features Dvorak’s “American” String Quartet, No. 12 in F Major.

Omaha Symphony will present their first in a series of three chamber concerts this Thursday, February 4 at 7:30pm at the Holland Performing Arts Center. For more information or tickets, go to OmahaSymphony.org

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