You might recognize Erich Korngold’s name on the credit from all those Errol Flynn movies like King’s Row, Captain Blood, The Prince and the Pauper, and The Adventures of Robin Hood. While Korngold had a profound impact on the way movies are scored his classical compositions left a deep and rich musical legacy. The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will perform Korngold’s Violin Concerto for their concert, Korngold & Dvořák. Also, on the program will be Antonín Dvořák’s only commissioned work, his Symphony No. 7 in D Minor. Eugene Tzigane will conduct, and on violin will be guest artist Stefan Jackiw. Sign up to win orchestra section tickets for the March 6 performance at Bass Performance Hall.
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