New Year's Eve Pops: Cirque de la Symphonie Program
12/29/2023 In News
Cirque de la Symphonie has thrilled and bedazzled concertgoers with accomplished aerial flyers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers, balancers, and strongmen for more than 15 years. World record holders, international competition gold-medal winners and Olympians perform alongside the Orchestra, fusing the two great art forms and turning the concert into a three-dimensional entertainment extravaganza. Check out the full program for their 2023 New Year's Eve performance withthe Des Moines Symphony.
Learn more about the talented performers you'll see on stage with the Symphony on December 31st.
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As the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve, the world is immersed in a symphony of sounds, each unique to its cultural heritage. Music connects people and fosters a collective spirit of hope. The Des Moines Symphony's performance is one of our community's traditions on New Year's Eve. We hope you'll join us, year after year.
Leonard Bernstein, a name synonymous with musical brilliance and innovation, left an indelible mark on the world of classical and contemporary music. In September 2023, the movie Maestro premiered at the Venice International Film Festival. Directed by Bradley Cooper, the film focuses on Bernstein’s lifelong relationship with actress Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein (Carey Mulligan).
2023 has been a great year for the Symphony! From awe-inspiring guest artists to life-changing youth programs, we have so much to be thankful for. Check out our Year in Review!
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The Des Moines Symphony has something for everyone on your list!
This November, we celebrate you, our donors!
From November 16-23, we will honor all you do to help ensure the Des Moines Symphony & Academy remains a vibrant part of the Central Iowa community.
Thank you for making the music possible!
Florence Price's life and music have become an important symbol of perseverance and artistic achievement in the face of racial adversity, inspiring many musicians and composers to continue breaking barriers in the world of classical music.
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