Spectrum 2021-22 Season Announcment


PRESENTING OUR 2021-22 SERIES!

SPECTRUM EAST FALL CONCERT
MONDAY OCTOBER 18, 2021 AT 7:30PM
FIRST JEFFERSON UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH
1959 SANDY LANE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS 76112
We start our 35th season with a brand new piece for two Eb Clarinets and String Quartet by Till MacIvor Meyn—featuring former FWSO Principal Clarinetist, Victoria Luperi and FWSO Clarinetist, Ivan Petruzziello, with musicians from Mount Vernon Music—as well as a pair of short piano trios by Kenji Bunch and jazz legend Chick Corea and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s beautiful String Quintet in C Major.


SPECTRUM DOWNTOWN FALL CONCERT
MONDAY NOVEMBER 8, 2021 AT 7:00PM
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF FORT WORTH
800 W. 5TH STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS 76102
Hey, did you know Spectrum outsources its programming to the musicians? Find out more about it here. The FWSO will be back to work the last few days of August, and we will fill up this program soon after.


NEW VENUE DEBUT!
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2022 AT 7:00PM
ST. STEPHEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
2700 McPHERSON AVENUE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS 76109
Our first performance at St. Stephen will include the lighthearted Octet for Winds and Brass by Igor Stravinsky and other stuff.


SPECTRUM EAST WINTER CONCERT
MONDAY FEBRUARY 28, 2022 AT 7:30PM
FIRST JEFFERSON UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH
Similar to the Spectrum Downtown Fall Concert, we’ll let you know the program when our musicians let us know.


SPECTRUM EAST SPRING CONCERT
MONDAY APRIL 25, 2022 AT 7:30PM
FIRST JEFFERSON UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH
An all-modern program, this performance will feature a string quartet written by the first-prize winner of The 2022 Spectrum Chamber Music Composition Award, along with Jean Françaix’s virtuosic Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano (1990).



THE SECOND ANNUAL “ONE GRAND NIGHT”
FUNDRAISER

MONDAY MAY 16, 2022 AT 7:00PM
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF FORT WORTH

The follow-up to our first “ONE GRAND NIGHT” event back in Spring 2021, this season’s OGN concert features popular chamber music of Johann Sebastian Bach: one of his celebrated Suites for Unaccompanied Cello—performed by Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Principal Cellist Allan Steele—as well as Brandenburg Concerti No. 3 AND 6! The program will be followed by another beautiful outdoor reception in the church’s serene garden courtyard. Last season’s concert—featuring Miguel Harth-Bedoya conducting Mozart’s Gran Partita for Winds—was very enthusiastically received, as was the incredible reception organized by Spectrum board member extraordinaire, Dotty Hall. Expect nothing less from our second fundraising event!

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