Nov 7
3 PM
Century II Concert Hall

featuring Michael Brown, piano

The Wichita Symphony is BACK 2 BRAHMS! This concert celebrates two triumphant returns: the first is Brahms’s Symphony No. 2. (originally scheduled for March 2020), and the second is the WSO Steinway (last seen February 2020). Hailed as "a young piano visionary" by the New York Times, pianist and composer Michael Brown performs his very own Concerto for Piano and Strings with the Wichita Symphony this November. Order your tickets today for seats with the best view of the piano keyboard!

Tickets start at only $25! Join us this November  – we’re BETTER TOGETHER, ONCE AGAIN!

SAMUEL COLERIDGE-TAYLOR Novelletten for String Orchestra, Nos. 1 & 4
MICHAEL BROWN Concerto for Piano and Strings

Concert length is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission.

**Previously purchased tickets to COMPOSER AT THE KEYS are for this event and will be honored for the November 7 concert**


At the Wichita Symphony, we are excited to be BETTER TOGETHER, ONCE AGAIN! We're glad to welcome you back into the Concert Hall, and are doing everything we can to do so as safely as possible. As such the Wichita Symphony is requiring that all concertgoers, regardless of age or vaccination status, wear a mask at all times when indoors at Century II. Masks (fabric, or disposible - plastic face shields are not acceptable) must be worn over the nose and mouth.

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Michael Brown

About Pianist Michael Brown

Pianist-composer Michael Brown, winner of a 2015 Avery Fisher Career Grant, has been described by the New York Times as “one of the leading figures in the current renaissance of performer-composers.” A native New Yorker, Mr. Brown earned dual bachelor’s and master’s degrees in piano and composition from The Juilliard School, where he studied with pianists Jerome Lowenthal and Robert McDonald and composers Samuel Adler and Robert Beaser. He is the First Prize winner of the 2010 Concert Artists Guild Competition and a Steinway Artist. Learn more at

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