- arranged Joachim Raff
Our glorious season finale will send plenty of magnificently cool spring energy into the universe, as we feature the greatly fresh and revitalizing Spring Symphony of Robert Schumann, possibly his most optimistic and exciting venture into the genre. We are also joined by the Boulder Chorale and Chancel Choir of the First Presbyterian Church as we play two of the most sacred works of Austrian composers Haydn and Bruckner with more than 300 performers! Rounding out the program is the magnificent arrangement of J.S. Bach’s most beloved solo violin work, the Chaconne from the D minor Partita, by Joachim Raff, for the rich and colorful orchestra of the late nineteenth century.