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Wagner - Prelude to Die Meistersinger | (click for preview) Mozart - Violin Concerto #5 | (click for preview) Chee Yun - Violin Hindemith - Symphonic Metamorphoses
Wagner – Prelude to Die Meistersinger | (click for preview)
Mozart – Violin Concerto #5 | (click for preview)
Chee Yun – Violin
Hindemith – Symphonic Metamorphoses on themes of Weber
Tchaikovsky – Capriccio Italien | (click for preview)
Our season begins with three familiar composers. The Wagner is festive and establishes the beautiful sonority of the orchestra. Mozart’s 5th Violin Concerto is his greatest and is a perfect contrast to the bombast of the Wagner Prelude. The Hindemith is jovial, colorful, energetic and exciting, and the brilliant Tchaikovsky races to a breathless conclusion.
Join us on opening night in PLYMOUTH for a CHAMPAGNE RECEPTION before the performance hosted by Plymouth State University.
(Thursday) 7:30 pm
Recognized as "the world's reigning male chorus" by the New Yorker, this San Francisco-based, GRAMMY award-winning ensemble is known around the world as an "orchestra of voices" for its seamless
Recognized as “the world’s reigning male chorus” by the New Yorker, this San Francisco-based, GRAMMY award-winning ensemble is known around the world as an “orchestra of voices” for its seamless blend of twelve male voices ranging from soprano to bass.
Presented in partnership with Great Waters Music Festival.
(Monday) 8:30 pm EST
Plymouth Congregational Church
4 Office Square
Art brings us together as a family because it is an individual expression of universal human experience. It comes from that part of us that is without fear, prejudice, malice, or any of the other things that we create in order to separate ourselves one from the other. Art makes each of us whole by insisting that we use all of our senses, our heads and our hearts, that we express with our bodies, our voices, our hands, as well as with our minds.
Jessye Norman: Strive to Live Artfully, commencement speech at Oberlin College & Conservatory, May 2016