Joshua Roman joins the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya for Dvorák’s lyrical Cello Concerto in B Minor on Saturday, August 23 in his Texas debut. More information about the concert, which also includes Brahms’ Academic Festival Overture and selections from his Hungarian Dances as well as lively selections from Dvorák’s Slavonic Dances, can be found here.
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Monday, January 6th, 2014
The following questions are taken from an interview with the Harris Theater about my residency with acclaimed actor Anna Deavere Smith where we will present our joint project, “On Grace”. Many thanks to the University of Chicago, U. of Chicago Presents, Joan Harris and the Harris Theater, and all of the other organizations and individuals who have made this residency possible.
1. You’ve been called a “classical rock star” by the press. Is that a moniker you embrace? I’ve gone through various phases in my relationship with this particular title. It’s one that I think each reader has a different reaction to, and perception of its meaning. At its best, it connotes a certain intensity and fearlessness that I certainly aspire to, and in that sense I could only hope to live up to the name.