By RJ McKay

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Carol Jantsch, the principal tuba of The Philadelphia Orchestra, will be playing a concerto on March 26th, 27th and 28th at Verizon Hall.

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“This concerto is called ‘Reflections on the Mississippi.’ It’s based on the Mississippi River and it sort of takes you on a trip down the river, so the movements have titles that are reminiscent of the river. It’s very evocative of the American landscape and really melodic,” Jantsch said.

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She also explained why the concerto is special.

“Tuba concertos are pretty rare; this is, in fact, the first tuba concerto that the Orchestra has done in its entire 116-year history. So it’s kind of a big deal for our instrument and the Orchestra in general.”

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