the redwood symphony
The Redwood Symphony performed Frank Zappa's 'G-Spot Tornado' on 2003/09/20 in Los Altos.
The Redwood Symphony, under the direction of Eric Kujawsky, will start the classical music season on the Peninsula side of the Bay with an especially colorful concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Ave., in Los Altos.
Redwood's opening program, to be preceded with a lively pre-concert lecture at 6 p.m., is billed in its season brochure as "wicked, wistful, wild, wacky and wow!" Among the works these words describe are Frank Zappa's "G-Spot Tornado"; Beth Anderson's "Minnesota Swale," conducted by George Yefchak; Edgard Varese's "Density 21.5," with Michelle Davis as flute soloist; Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G-Minor; and Peter Schickle's "P.D.Q. Bach: Bach Portrait," with Maestro Kujawsky serving as narrator and Kristin Link conducting.
Saturday, September 20, 2003, 7 P.M.
Los Altos United Methodist Church, Los Altos
Pre-concert lecture at 6 P.M.
Frank Zappa: G-Spot
Beth Anderson: Minnesota
George Yefchak, conductor
Edgard Varèse: Density
Michelle Davis, flute
P.D.Q. Bach: Bach
Eric Kujawsky, narrator -- Kristin Link, conductor
W.A. Mozart: Symphony