Beethoven's Ninth Ends the Pacific Symphony Summer Festival Season Under the Stars
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The last date listed for Beethoven's Ninth was Saturday September 11, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from John Wilson
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The sound at Verizon does not match that at the Segerstrom Hall, which detracted a bit from the production, and the very short first half and overlong intermission detracted, but the Ninth was stupendous, a wonderful rendering of the best musical piece ever. The sound system revealed some interesting instrumentation I had missed on the CD, like bassoon and clarinet soloes. Good show!
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Was very happy to wind up in the front row of the terrace section. There was never anybody standing in front of me and we had additional leg room. The venue was very food and drink friendly that night, seeming to allow anything to be brought in...continued
Robert Moody, conductor
Tracy Dahl, soprano
Rita Litchfield, mezzo-soprano
Gaston Rivera, tenor
Troy Cook, baritone
Pacific Symphony Summer Festival Chorus – Robert Istad, director
More than 100 singers from a dozen Orange County choruses unite to give voice to Beethoven’s crowning achievement — Beethoven’s Ninth — for Pacific Symphony’s final concert of Summer Festival 2010, sponsored by Hoag Hospital. Led by guest conductor Robert Moody, this monumental fusion of soloists, chorus and music — all set to Schiller’s Ode to Joy — features four world-class opera singers who take on the florid and challenging solo passages in the fourth movement of Beethoven’s Ninth.
Gould — American Salute
Barber — Adagio for Strings
Ward — America the Beautiful
Beethoven — Symphony No. 9
About the Ticket Supplier: Pacific Symphony
Pacific Symphony, celebrating its 35th season in 2013-14, is led by Music Director Carl St.Clair. The largest orchestra formed in the U.S. in the last 40 years, the Symphony is recognized as an outstanding ensemble making strides on both the national and international scene, as well as in its own burgeoning community of Orange County. Presenting more than 100 concerts a year and a rich array of education and community programs, the Symphony reaches more than 275,000 residents — from schoolchildren to senior citizens.