Author: Joseph Dalton
Date: August 11, 2011
SARATOGA SPRINGS - Whose presence — the soloist, the conductor or certain composers — most enlivened Wednesday’s concert of the Philadelphia Orchestra is hard to pinpoint. But it was nearly impossible to walk out of the amphitheater at the end of the evening without a lively beat or a good tune in your pocket.
The headliner was saxophonist Branford Marsalis. Better known for his roots in jazz, he performed beautifully in two brief and colorful concertos. Read more »