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.
Currently at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall:
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"New works" and "fabulous dancers," Eduardo Vilaro once said, are the makings of "a great cocktail." But what Vilaro serves up is not a drink -- but great dance. As artistic director of Ballet Hispanico, Vilaro leads one of the world's most storied and respected Latino dance organizations. More than three million people on three continents have been enraptured by this sensational company with its rich repertory of more than 100 works by today's leading choreographers. Now Ballet Hispanico brings its trademark fusion of classical, Latin and contemporary dance to Portland's Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Learn More
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.