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2009-2010 Season Summary

The following concerts were delivered in the 2009 through 2010 season.

September 26, 2009, 7:30pm
A Touch of Brazil
  Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras no. 9
  Beethoven Piano Concerto no. 1
  Mendelssohn Hebrides Overture
  Ewazen Chamber Symphony, west coast premiere
  Cesena Mosaicos
Marcelo Cesena,  pianist
Saratoga High School Strings,  guest performers

November 7, 2009, 7:30pm
Classic Treasures
  Beethoven Symphony no. 8
  Mozart Piano Concerto no. 23
  Faure Pavane
  Donizetti Allegro for strings
  Senturia Petra
Jon Nakamatsu,  pianist
Evergreen Valley High School Strings,  guest performers

February 14th, 2010, 7:30pm
Valentine's Concert: Diamonds and Dreams
  Mendelssohn Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream
  Avshalomov Diamond Variations
  Actor Saxophone Concerto, world premiere
  Mozart Symphony no. 34
Ashu,  saxophonist

April 24th, 2010, 7:30pm
Bohemian Musings
  Voriscek Symphony in D
  Dvorak Piano Concerto
  Suk Meditation on the Old Bohemian Chorale "Saint Wenceslas"
Daniel Glover,  pianist
Piedmont Hills High School Strings,  guest performers

May 23rd, 2010, 7:30pm
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, San Jose
Contemporary Music
Presented by SF Bay Chapter of NACUSA

  Voriscek Symphony in D
  Matthew Fields Simchas (from /Sages of Chelm)/ – world premiere
  Anne Baldwin Szechuan Scenes – world premiere
  Carolyn Hawley Symphony no. 1, “Tarot”, mvt III & IV – world premiere
  John Beeman Serendipity – world premiere
  John Hersch Introduction and Andante – world premiere
  Sondra Clark Two Scenes from New Orleans – world premiere
  Zae Munn It’s the Soup that Animates the Noodles – west coast premiere
  Mark Behm The World of Dew – world premiere
  Brian Holmes Death’s Jest-Book Overture

June 13, 2010, 2:30pm
Five Wounds Portuguese National Church, San Jose
Music of Portugal

  Carlos Seixas Symphony in B flat
  Sergio Azevedo Reflections on a Portuguese Lullaby
  John Williams Three Pieces from Schindler's List
  José Vianna da Motta Sinfonia "A Patria", op. 13
Carlos Damas,  violinist



The Mission Chamber Orchestra is sponsored by the Santa Clara Valley Performing Arts Association and also receives support
from the Arts Council Silicon Valley and the City of San Jose. The MCO is a member of the Silicon Valley Arts Coalition.

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