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The Boston Conservatory Orchestra: Life, Death and the Afterlife—in Reverse

Sanders Theatre at Harvard University
45 Quincy Street
Cambridge, MA

Life, Death and the Afterlife—in Reverse

Bruce Hangen, conductor
Kerry Deal, soprano 

The Boston Conservatory Orchestra presents a collection of influnetial works by three of history's greatest composers: Tchaikovsky’s penultimate Symphony No. 5 is a masterwork of orchestral writing, Strauss’ songs are to die for and Theofanidis’ work is influenced by the Buddhist concept of the after-life. The Strauss song cycle features faculty guest artist Kerry Deal (soprano), whose most recent appearance with the Orchestra was in Bernstein’s “Kaddish” Symphony.

THEOFANIDIS: Rainbow Body
R. STRAUSS: Four Last Songs—featuring Kerry Deal, soprano
TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 5

1 p.m., Pre-Concert Lecture

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