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Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, Concert Singers of Cary: "Music and the Bizarre"


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( Sun., May. 24, 2015 )

Carolina Theatre, 309 West Morgan Street, Durham, NC 27701-2119

Program

Join The Concert Singers of Cary for a cameo appearance in Edward Grieg’s Peer Gynt, played by The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle. Peer Gynt, the title character, is a man in search of himself. His problem is that he misunderstands “self-realization” and seeks fulfillment in his poetic dreams because he fears life and love. In order to show the full range of his negative development, Henrik Ibsen shows Peer first as a feckless young man of twenty, then as a middle-aged tycoon, and finally as a broken old man returning to his native Norway.  David Hammond narrates and Lorenzo Muti conducts.

Full Program:

A. PONCHIELLI    "Dance of the Hours" from La Gioconda

E. GRIEG     Peer Gynt (complete incidental music)

Notes

At 2:30 PM, Piedmont Youth Orchestra (Michale Malone, conductor) will give a pre-show performance of Rogers and Hammerstein's overture to South Pacific.

Cost

$25; Students Free

More information

(919) 560-3030; (888) 241-8162; info@concertsingers.org
http://www.concertsingers.org/

Dates

  • Sunday, May 24, 2015 at 3:00 PM