Concerto for Orchestra Op. 81 (2002) c. 32'00"
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in one movement
The Concerto for Orchestra was commissioned by the Edward H. Schmidt Musical Arts Fund of the Toledo Symphony and first performed on September 20, 2002 at the Peristyle Theater in Toledo, Ohio by the Toledo Symphony conducted by Grant Llewellyn.
“this is an expertly crafted virtuoso essay that gives everyone a moment to shine at some point, and it’s a tribute to Liebermann’s technique that even the odder instruments make sense in their context”