Russian composer Alexander Scriabin’s first foray in the world of symphonic writing was ambitious to say the least. His six-movement Symphony No. 1 is a lush and dramatic work, which begins with an atmospheric prelude and concludes with a glorious epilogue. The finale is one of the few compositions Scriabin wrote that highlights the human voice.
Conductor: Kristian Alexander
Mezzo-Soprano: Stephanie deCiantis
Tenor: Ryan Downey