Secret symphony to be performed in Lewisville
The Lewisville Lake Symphony, under the authoritative baton of the orchestra's conductor and music director Adron Ming, will play a work intended only for the ears of a secretive, elite society in war-torn post World War I Vienna. It was lost for more than 25 years, smuggled out of Nazi Germany, touched by scandal and murder in England, and hunted by an American. It is a secret, rarely heard chamber version of Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 4.