with Glenda Williams, Piano
Alexandre Innecco, Conductor
Três palestras com música ao vivo mais um concerto espetacular, celebrando a música do compositor a quem MOZART chamava de mestre!
ESTREIA SEGUNDA 23 outubro, 18h30 e 20h
Apresentação do maestro Alexandre Innecco
DETALHES E MATRÍCULAS EM www.alexandreinnecco.com/viva-haydn
Alexandra Picard, soprano
Arturo Sampaio, piano
Coral Vox Animae
Esther Chung, piano
Fabíola Pinheiro, piano
Jessé Silva, violino
Marília de Alexandria, piano
Moisés Ribeiro, barítono
Rafael Frotgar, cello
Rafael Ribeiro, tenor
Welder Rodrigues, flauta
Long Live Haydn!
Three lectures with live music plus a spectacular concert, celebrating the music of the composer whom Mozart called the master!
Premiere Monday 23 October, 18 pm and 20 pm
Presentation by Maestro Alexandre Innecco
Details and registrations at www.alexandreinnecco.com/viva-haydn
Grand opening concert of the new Federal Way Performing Arts Center, which will include Beethoven's beloved Symphony Number 9
Grand opening concert of the new Federal Way Performing Arts Center, which will include Beethoven's beloved Symphony Number 9 :
Seattle Wind Symphony, with David Beck of KING FM as Master of Ceremonies
Wayne Bailey, Artistic Director
with Glenda Williams, piano
Rückert-Lieder music by Gustav Mahler (1860-1911), poetry by Friedrich Rückert (1788-1866)
- Ich atmet’ einen linden Duft
- Liebst du um Schönheit
- Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder
- Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen
- Um Mitternacht
Including excerpts from La Traviata, Il Trovatore, and Rigoletto, and Khachaturian, Smetana, Verdi and Dvorak's Cello Concerto with Cellist Haeyoon Shin.
A. Brian Davenport, Conductor
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Songs by Brahms and Debussy
Berlioz: "Les Nuits D'été"
Stephen Stubbs, Conductor/Dan Miller, Director
One of Mozart’s crowning achievements, The Magic Flute is a potent alchemical mixture of popular music and theater with a depth of meaning that is still mysterious and controversial. The fact that Mozart had steeped himself in the music of Handel and Bach in the years leading up to the creation of The Magic Flutemakes it also a personal testament to his admiration for their art.