Oregon Symphony Blends Mozart & Shakespeare with David Ogden Stiers
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The last date listed for Mozart & Shakespeare was Monday November 15, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Quotes & Highlights
See the full program notes for the concert at Oregon Symphony’s website.
Carlos Kalmar, conductor
David Ogden Stiers, actor
Leif Norby, actor
Chris Murray, actor
*Maurice Ravel: Minuet antique
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 38, “Prague”
Edward Elgar: Falstaff (with actors)
William Walton: Charge and Battle from Suite from _Henry V
In the second half of the program, actors Chris Murray, Leif Norby and David Ogden Stiers perform during both works, which are presented together, without pause.