ASO Opera Matinee: Strauss' In Need of Fire
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The last date listed for Strauss: Self Portrait of the Artist was Sunday December 15, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Richard Strauss — Feuersnot
*Schweiker von Gundelfingen: Clay Hilley_
Ortolf Sentlinger: Jeffrey Tucker_
Diemut: Jacquelyn Wagner_
Elsbeth: Brenda Patterson_
Wigelis: Cynthia Hanna_
Margret: Micaëla Oeste_
Kunrad: Alfred Walker_
Jörg Pöschel: Branch Fields_
Hämerlein: Daniel Scofield_
Kofel: Chad Armstrong, baritone
Kunz Gilgenstock: Ron Loyd_
Ortlieb Tulbeck: Adam Bielamowicz_
All artists subject to change._
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Many of the world’s most accomplished soloists have performed with the ASO, among them Yo-Yo Ma, Deborah Voigt, and Sarah Chang. In addition to CDs released by the Telarc, New World, Bridge, Koch, and Vanguard labels, many live performances by the American Symphony are now available for digital download. In many cases, these are the only existing recordings of some of the rare works that have been rediscovered in ASO performances.