South Carolina Philharmonic: Made in the USA

cl-WEB-morihiko-nakahara-150This Veterans Day Weekend concert by the South Carolina Philharmonic features music "made in America" by both native-born composers and visitors to these shores. After the National Anthem there are suites by Dvořák and William Grant Still. There's also a suite by a young contemporary composer inspired by an abstract American painter, a landmark ballet score by Aaron Copland, and rousing Americana from John Phillip Sousa and more.

Listen to the entire program: South Carolina Philharmonic: Made in the USA





Billboard, Star Spangled Banner and introduction to Dvorak's American Suite - Lauren Rico





ANTONIN DVORAK: American Suite in A 
South Carolina Philharmonic
Morohiko Nakahara, conductor





Introduction to Still's Sutie for Violin and Orchestra - Lauren Rico





WILLIAM GRANT STILL: Suite for Violin and Orchestra 
South Carolina Philharmonic
Morohiko Nakahara, conductor





Break and introduction to Adam Schoenberg's Finding Rothko - Lauren Rico and Mike McKay





ADAM SCHOENBERG: Finding Rothko 
South Carolina Philharmonic
Morohiko Nakahara, conductor





Introduction to the suite from Copland's Billy the Kid - Lauren Rico





AARON COPLAND: Suite from Billy the Kid
South Carolina Philharmonic
Morohiko Nakahara, conductor





Introduction to Sousa's Stars and Stripes Forever and an Armed Forces Salute - Lauren Rico





Armed Forces Salute
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA: Stars and Stripes Forever 

South Carolina Philharmonic
Morohiko Nakahara, conductor





Introduction to Copland's Appalachian Spring - Lauren Rico





AARON COPLAND: Appalachian Spring
South Carolina Philharmonic
Morohiko Nakahara, conductor





End of the Show - Lauren Rico and Mike McKay