The New York Philharmonic, The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Dallas Symphony wo be joined by nationally acclaimed soloists June 27th to August 2nd of 2014. Violinist Joshua Bell(July 6th) and Midori. The Dallas symphony will open up it's season June 27th with jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli, playing music by Richard Rogers, Gershwin and Duke Ellington. The Dallas symphony will then follow up thy concert with Beethovens 9th symphony the next night, June 28th. A fun Hollywood concert with music from James Bond will be on July 2nd, and ending their residency with a patriotic concert on July 4th.
The schedule heats up when the Philadelphia orchestra takes over on July 5th with the world famous violinist Joshua Bell. If that wasn't exciting enough, Bravo! Vail will present it's first ever play along with the film Fantasia. It's sure to be a family packed event. Getting a little more serious, on July 11th and 12th, The Philadelphia orchestra will play Beethovens 3rd sympjony, the Eroica.
Taking the reins on July 18th, The New York Philharmoic will invite violinist Madori to play the Tchaikovsky violin concerto. The next night it just as exciting, with pianist Yefim Bronfmin playing both the 1st and 5th beethoven piano concertos. On July 20th, the Phil will dabble in a bunch of classics, including works by Strauss, Rouse and Tchaikovsky and the 21st will be another all Erica's Gershwin type concert.
The orchestral residency with Bravo! Vail will wrap up on Julu 25th, with Russian classics, featuring the Rachmaninoff piano concerto no 1.