OTELLO Giuseppe Verdi APRIL 27 TO MAY 21, 2019 Otello is a self-made man, a former slave risen to the rank of general and now in love with a devoted wife, Desdemona. But his trusted advisor Iago begins to manipulate Otello in a relentless quest to destroy the general. Consumed by paranoia and suspicion, Otello’s earnest love […]Find out more »
Orpheus gives Artistic Director Robert Cooper a well-deserved break after 15 years with the Choir by offering YOU the opportunity to choose the program for our season closer. This unprecedented concert will feature works selected by YOU through online voting, and the most popular selections will be revealed in a live countdown at the concert. […]Find out more »
The two Requiems by Gabriel Fauré and Maurice Duruflé on this program represent two masterpieces of French music and they have a great deal in common. Both composers were excellent organists as well as meticulous and self-critical composers: Fauré took 20 years to complete his Requiem while Duruflé took six to finish his. Both scored […]Find out more »
Mahler’s Seventh is the most unique of all of his symphonies—a gallery of five sharply etched portraits embracing everything from commanding fanfares and marches to the eerie nocturnal rustlings of a diabolical scherzo and a restful serenade that includes solos for guitar and mandolin. Illustrious pianist Louis Lortie joins Sir Andrew Davis and the TSO […]Find out more »
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