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HSO—Stefan Jackiw Plays Britten

October 15, 2022 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra

OCTOBER 15, 2022 | 7:30PM | SHRIVER HALL

**6:30PM Pre-Concert Talk**

Stefan Jackiw Plays Britten
Jed Gaylin, Music Director
Stefan Jackiw, violin

HSO kicks off the 2022-23 season with one of the country’s most sought-after violinists, Stefan Jackiw, followed by a performance of Sibelius’ expansive 5th Symphony.

BENJAMIN BRITTEN: Violin Concerto—Stefan Jackiw, violin
JEAN SIBELIUS: Symphony No. 5


Stefan Jackiw headshot Jed Gaylin headshot


**PRE-CONCERT TALK**—Join us for a pre-concert talk given by Dr. Mosley. Imani Danielle Mosley is a musicologist, cultural historian, and digital humanist and technologist focusing on the works of Benjamin Britten as well as music, opera, and modernism in Britain post-1945.

In addition to her work on Britten, Dr. Mosley also specializes in contemporary opera, postwar studies, reception history, sound studies, queer theory, masculinities studies, and race in 21st-century popular music. Dr. Mosley is a JHU alum (Peabody MM ’10), currently serves as an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida, was recently published in The New York Times, and is writing HSO’s program notes this season. To learn more about Dr. Mosley, visit her website.