Symphony for Science: An Evening of Music & Words to Benefit the Massachusetts General Hospital Frontotemporal Disorders Unit

MAY 20, 2019, 8 PM | BOSTON’S SYMPHONY HALL

Kristo Kondakçi, conductor

Joel Bard, oboe | Michael Wayne, clarinet | Richard Ranti, bassoon | Jason Snider, horn | Keith Lockhart, piano

Kendall Square Orchestra & Members of the Boston Symphony


PROGRAM

RAVEL — “Pavane for a Dead Princess”

TALK – Dr. Brad Dickerson on “From Care to Cure” (clinical aspects of FTD and progress in his lab at the MGH FTD Unit)

MOZART — “Quintet for Piano and Wind Instruments”

featuring: Joel Bard, oboe | Jason Snider, horn | Michael Wayne, clarinet | Richard Ranti, bassoon | Keith Lockhart, piano

TALK – Katie Brandt on “Love, Loss and Resilience" (the difficulties of caring for a loved one suffering from FTD)

- - brief intermission - -

BIZET — “Carmen Suite #1”

TALK –  Dr. Alfred Sandrock, Chief Medical Officer, Biogen on “Industry Interventions” (progress towards disease altering treatment for FTD )

MOZART — “Sinfonia Concertante for Wind Instruments and Orchestra”

featuring: Joel Bard, oboe | Jason Snider, horn | Michael Wayne, clarinet | Richard Ranti, bassoon