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Beethoven's Emperor
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Due to inclement weather, the Friday evening Masterworks performance is canceled. The Saturday evening performance will be presented as scheduled. Ticket holders are encouraged to exchange into the Saturday performance or another upcoming concert in the current season by contacting Ticket Omaha at ticketomaha@o-pa.org or calling 402.345.0606. Email and call volumes are higher than normal, so we appreciate your patience. Exchange requests will be honored through January 19.

Tito Muñoz, conductor  
Michelle Cann, piano 
REVUELTAS: Sensemayá  
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 5, “Emperor” 
STRAVINSKY: Petrushka (1947)

“A compelling, sparkling virtuoso,” Michelle Cann takes the stage to perform Beethoven's iconic Piano Concerto No. 5, led by internationally recognized conductor Tito Muñoz. Then, be transported to the ballet for an orchestral version of one of Stravinsky’s most beloved works – Petrushka. Follow the tragic story of the puppet Petrushka as he vies for the love of the ballerina, depicted programmatically through Stravinsky’s signature use of colorful orchestration, Russian folk tones, and rhythmic ingenuity.  MORE INFORMATION

Due to inclement weather, the Friday evening Masterworks performance is canceled. The Saturday evening performance will be presented as scheduled. Ticket holders are encouraged to exchange into the Saturday performance or another upcoming concert in the current season by contacting Ticket Omaha at ticketomaha@o-pa.org or calling 402.345.0606. Email and call volumes are higher than normal, so we appreciate your patience. Exchange requests will be honored through January 19.

Tito Muñoz, conductor  
Michelle Cann, piano 
REVUELTAS: Sensemayá  
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 5, “Emperor” 
STRAVINSKY: Petrushka (1947)
 

“A compelling, sparkling virtuoso,” Michelle Cann takes the stage to perform Beethoven's iconic Piano Concerto No. 5, led by internationally recognized conductor Tito Muñoz. Then, be transported to the ballet for an orchestral version of one of Stravinsky’s most beloved works – Petrushka. Follow the tragic story of the puppet Petrushka as he vies for the love of the ballerina, depicted programmatically through Stravinsky’s signature use of colorful orchestration, Russian folk tones, and rhythmic ingenuity.  LESS INFORMATION