The Oakland East Bay Symphony Presents an Evening of Works Inspired by Powerful Women
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Featured review from Barbara N.
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This was an outstanding evening of beautiful music in a magnificent theater, The Paramount in Oakland. Great selection of music with the beautiful voice of Angela to give life to Maya Angelou's powerful words. Seat was way up in the balcony, but fine. Very informative and interesting lecture before as well to give insights into the program.
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We always enjoy attending an OEBS performance and this one was no exception. Even in what we label "the nose bleed section" - upper balcony - the sound was terrific. From there I could see the entire orchestra, something that, for me, makes...continued
Michael Morgan, conductor
Ludwig von Beethoven
Leonore Overture No. 3 (1806)
A Woman’s Life (2007)
Based on the poetry of Maya Angelou
with Angela Brown, soprano
Symphonie Fantastique (1830)