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Pops 2: New Year’s Eve Pops – The Music of Elton John

Des Moines Civic Center 221 Walnut St, Des Moines

Grammy and Tony-nominated Broadway star Michael Cavanaugh and his band join the Des Moines Symphony for a high-energy celebration that will have you singing along to classic hits and rock favorites. Ring in the New Year with the Des Moines Symphony and the music of Elton John!

$40 – $95

Masterworks 4: Immortal Beloved

Des Moines Civic Center 221 Walnut St, Des Moines

“Ever thine. Ever mine. Ever ours.” So Beethoven closed a July 1812 letter to his “immortal beloved,” a woman whose identity has remained one of the great mysteries of classical music. This passionate concert reaches its peak as Natasha Paremski plays Rachmaninoff’s thrilling, grand Third Piano Concerto.

$15 – $70

Masterworks 4: Immortal Beloved

Des Moines Civic Center 221 Walnut St, Des Moines

“Ever thine. Ever mine. Ever ours.” So Beethoven closed a July 1812 letter to his “immortal beloved,” a woman whose identity has remained one of the great mysteries of classical music. This passionate concert reaches its peak as Natasha Paremski plays Rachmaninoff’s thrilling, grand Third Piano Concerto.

$15 – $70

Masterworks 5: Beethoven & Shostakovich

Des Moines Civic Center 221 Walnut St, Des Moines

Conductor Laureate of the San Diego Symphony Jahja Ling leads the Orchestra in the effervescent Remembering Gatsby. Rising star Janice Carissa plays Beethoven’s turbulent, poetic Third Piano Concerto. Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony evokes both hope and despair in a dramatic cry of rebellion against tyranny.

$15 – $70

Masterworks 5: Beethoven & Shostakovich

Des Moines Civic Center 221 Walnut St, Des Moines

Conductor Laureate of the San Diego Symphony Jahja Ling leads the Orchestra in the effervescent Remembering Gatsby. Rising star Janice Carissa plays Beethoven’s turbulent, poetic Third Piano Concerto. Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony evokes both hope and despair in a dramatic cry of rebellion against tyranny.

$15 – $70

Masterworks 6: Beethoven’s Ninth

Des Moines Civic Center 221 Walnut St, Des Moines

The Symphony’s April concert opens with the heroic trumpet call of Beethoven’s Leonore Overture and ends with his Ninth Symphony, the joyful anthem of humanity and brotherhood. Joseph Giunta and the Orchestra are joined by a soaring choir singing the immortal “Ode to Joy.”

$15 – $70

Masterworks 6: Beethoven’s Ninth

Des Moines Civic Center 221 Walnut St, Des Moines

The Symphony’s April concert opens with the heroic trumpet call of Beethoven’s Leonore Overture and ends with his Ninth Symphony, the joyful anthem of humanity and brotherhood. Joseph Giunta and the Orchestra are joined by a soaring choir singing the immortal “Ode to Joy.”

$15 – $70

Masterworks 7: Pictures at an Exhibition

Des Moines Civic Center 221 Walnut St, Des Moines

Season Finale! Experience the romantic thrill of Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto played by virtuoso Alessio Bax. Jessie Montgomery’s Starburst dazzles with swirling, kaleidoscopic musical colors. Finally, feel the stirring joy of Mussorgsky’s majestic Pictures at an Exhibition.

$15 – $70

Masterworks 7: Pictures at an Exhibition

Des Moines Civic Center 221 Walnut St, Des Moines

Season Finale! Experience the romantic thrill of Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto played by virtuoso Alessio Bax. Jessie Montgomery’s Starburst dazzles with swirling, kaleidoscopic musical colors. Finally, feel the stirring joy of Mussorgsky’s majestic Pictures at an Exhibition.

$15 – $70

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