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Orchestra Amadeus: Mahler's 6th Symphony for Immigration rights for unLocal

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Church of St. Francis Xavier

46 West 16th Street

New York, NY 10011

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Orchestra Amadeus

Joseph Jones, conductor

Joseph Jones



Gustav Mahler (1860-1911)

Symphony No. 6 in a minor, 'Tragic



Immigration policy has been at the forefront of our national dialogue for the last few years, and the family separation policy which came to light earlier this year has led to a renewed sense of outrage.

Along with unLocal, a New York City based non-profit dedicated to helping immigrants find the legal help they need, Orchestra Amadeus presents this concert to raise money and awareness for this tragic issue. The orchestra will perform Mahler's 6th symphony, nicknamed 'the Tragic.' Written for a huge orchestra and filled with drama, beauty, uncertainty, and deep pathos, the symphony--composed by a man who once described himself as 'Thrice homeless' and immigrated to the United States late in his life--is an exploration of the meaning of hope, the search for it, and the many ways it can manifest itself.

Proceeds from this concert will be donated to unLocal.


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