French Flair, A Musical Journey with the Sacramento Philharmonic
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One of the best songwriters to have ever picked up a pen, Shawn Colvin heads to the Crest Theatre, armed with a guitar and an epic back-list of songs. Her plaintive voice, thoughtful lyrics and effortless way with a tune made Colvin one of the most popular artists of the '90s, earning her hits including the chart-topping, multi-Grammy-winning "Sunny Came Home." Since then, she's continued to tour and release singles and albums, collaborating with artists as diverse as James Taylor, Béla Fleck, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sting. One of her recent recordings, 2009's Live, was nominated for a Grammy Award, while her latest, 2012's All Fall Down, "reaffirms her status as one of the leading artists in contemporary folk" (Allmusic). Learn More
5 Poèms of Trakl (for baritone & orchestra)
Philippe Hersant (American premiere)
Piano Concerto in G Major — Maurice Ravel
"Iberia," from Images for Orchestra, No. 2
Bolero — Maurice Ravel
Michael Morgan - conductor
Jeffrey Kahane - piano (Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra debut)
Brian Leerhuber - baritone
About the Ticket Supplier: Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra
The Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra is more than the 83 musicians and Music Director, Michael Morgan, seen on stage.
Their family includes a dedicated board of directors and a host of staff members, volunteers, donors and organizations that have banded together to preserve and promote great classical music in the Sacramento region.
Indeed, with partnerships with the Sacramento Opera and the Sacramento Ballet; support from the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra Foundation (formerly the Sacramento Symphony Foundation) and the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission; and strong relationships with the Sacramento Philharmonic League (formerly the Sacramento Symphony League) and other organizations, it is no wonder that the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra has been widely acknowledged as the "successor" to the old Sacramento Symphony.