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Archives for April 2010
Larger than life puppets vividly recreate the fantastic tales of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade (based on Arabian Nights).
Only a fool on the hill would miss an inspired Valentine’s date with the Beatle, Wing and soloist, unerringly portrayed by Tony Kishman, one of the stars of Beatlemania. The spectacular toast to Sir Paul includes Silly Love Songs, Live and Let Die, Maybe I’m Amazed, and the best of the Fab Four.
All Mozart: the towering genius is heard in his multifarious voices from the intimacy of the wind serenade to the grandeur of the “Prague” Symphony. David Coucheron performs his first solo concerto as Orchestra concertmaster.
The Creative Partnership at its best! Robert Spano appears in an all-too-rare role, exploring with his conducting partner a prized Mozart concerto. Maestro Runnicles continues his exploration of Bruckner with the monumental Eighth Symphony in all its glory.