New World Symphony
Porter Center For The Performing Arts
Sunday, April 30
Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9, one of the planet’s most popular (and beautiful) symphonies, earned extra-planetary distinction when Neil Armstrong took a recording along on the first moon landing in 1969. The Brevard Philharmonic’s matinee performance (conducted by Ken Lam) of this celebrated piece will probably not require listeners to leave earth’s atmosphere, but it promises to be completely out of this world.
Take flight here.