American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie: What Makes a Masterpiece
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The last date listed for American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall: What Makes a Masterpiece was Friday January 25, 2013 / 8:00pm (Conductor's Notes at 7:00pm).
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The innovative a cappella ensemble known as Khorikos debuts a piece from their own acclaimed competition, joining the Del Mar Master Chorus and Concert Choir and the Alice High School Honors Band for this performance at the world-famous Carnegie Hall. Famed for their cutting-edge take on everything from medieval polyphony to contemporary sound sculpture, Khorikos has performed with major U.S. and international orchestras, and is set to sing Frank La Rocca's Miserere, while the Del Mar ensemble also premieres a new work by Ross Bernhardt, along with Bob Chilcott's Canticles of Light. The Alice High band takes on an eclectic program of instrumental works for wind ensemble. Learn More
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On the Program:
Antonín Dvorák — Symphony No. 4
Heinrich von Herzogenberg — Symphony No. 1 (U.S. Premiere)
Johannes Brahms — Symphony No. 4
All ticketholders are invited to attend a 30-minute Conductor’s Notes Q&A at 7:00pm on the Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage.