The new principal harpist of the New York Metropolitan Opera is the guest soloist in a concert by the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra on Saturday at Chenery Auditorium. Born in France, Emmanuel Ceysson gained attention internationally in his teens. He won the Young Concert Artist International Auditions at age 22, and a position in the Paris Opera the same year. In a preview of the concert, music director Raymond Harvey joins Cara Lieurance to talk about Ceysson and the piece he'll perform, Gliere's Concerto for Harp, Op 74. Harvey also discusses the other works on the program: Corigliano's Voyage for string orchestra and Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 3 "Scottish."