San Francisco Symphony Performs Orff's Carmina burana
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The last date listed for Carmina burana was Monday November 8, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Reviews & Ratings
Carl Orff’s famed cantata Carmina burana occupies a vastly different realm: its erotic energy and sheer visceral power have installed it among Western music’s most iconic works. Haydn’s Symphony No. 97, one of the composer’s beloved “London” Symphonies, illustrates his characteristic elegance and charm.
Haydn Symphony No. 97
Orff Carmina burana
Donato Cabrera conductor
San Francisco Symphony Chorus
Pacific Boychoir; Kevin Fox, Director
The Crowden School Allegro Chorus; Laura Kakis Serper, Director
San Francisco Symphony
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