NEC Chamber Orchestra
Tonight's concert features Four Transylvanian Dances by Sándor Veress, who was mentored by Bartok, and who is said to have "out-Bartoked Bartok." The younger Hungarian composer completed these dances in the late 1940s shortly after he had decided not to return to his homeland and risk political and artistic repression.
Other works include the Mozart Divertimento No.11 in D-major, K.251 and Schoenberg's Transfigured Night.
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at Merrimack Repertory TheatreThu 3/20 7:30p
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