Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade musically calls to mind the main character in the immortal story One Thousand and One Nights, and it evokes the wonders of that fairy-tale.
Lorena native Mia Orosco Kelso brings her deft touch to the fiery vein of Saint-Saëns’s Introduction and Rondo capriccioso, a piece originally composed as a finale to the composer’s first violin concerto that became far more successful as a solo composition. In addition to performing classical violin, Ms. Kelso is a championship fiddler, and she will enthrall the audience with some fancy fiddling.
[Learn more about Mia Orosco Kelso]
Scheherazade [Learn more about Rimsky-Korsakov]
Introduction and Rondo capriccioso [Learn More about Saint-Saëns]
New This Symphony Season:
Dinner Before Concerts
This season we are launching an opportunity for you to have a quick but delicious dinner prior to each Symphony Concert.
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Come As You Are!
We encourage our patrons to be comfortable. At the concerts, you will see everything from formal wear to blue jeans. Generally, our audience prefers business or business casual attire.
Hop on the Bus
Before each Season Concert, the bus departs promptly at 7:00 p.m. from the Gold’s Gym parking lot on Waco Drive next to El Conquistador Restaurant. To reserve your place on the bus, call the Waco Symphony office at 754-0851.
This concert will be held at Waco Hall on the Baylor University campus.
Directions and Parking
Construction on I-35 has rerouted traffic through Waco and may cause delays. Please allow yourself extra time to get to Waco Hall.