CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Performance Saturday, February 8, 2014 | 5 PM

Neighborhood Concert: Marina Harris and Robert Mollicone

Advent Lutheran Church
Whether she’s spinning Fiordiligi’s dizzying coloratura passages in Mozart’s opera Così fan tutte or piercing audience’s hearts in an aria from a Bach sacred work, there’s little soprano Marina Harris can’t do. Critics agree—San Francisco Chronicle praised her “powerhouse vocal display … flair and well placed high notes.” Harris recently made her Carnegie Hall debut as part of The Song Continues in a master class with beloved soprano Jessye Norman.

Pianist, coach, and conductor Robert Mollicone has brought his coaching and conducting skills to productions of the Boston Lyric Opera, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute.

Performers

  • Marina Harris, Soprano
  • Robert Mollicone, Piano

Program

  • MOZART "Ch'io mi scordi di te ... Non temer, amato bene," K. 505
  • DUPARC "Chanson triste"
  • DUPARC "Extase"
  • DUPARC "L'invitation au voyage"
  • DUPARC "La vie antérieure"
  • GLINKA "Barcarolle"
  • GLINKA “Do not tempt me needlessly”
  • GLINKA "To her"
  • KORNGOLD ERICH KORNGOLD Sechs einfache Lieder, Op. 9
    ·· Schneeglöckchen
    ·· Nachtwanderer
    ·· Ständchen
    ·· Liebesbriefchen
    ·· Das Heldengrab am Pruth
    ·· Sommer
  • JAKE HEGGIE Selections from Natural Selection
  • WEBER CARL MARIA VON WEBER "Wie nahte mir der Schlummer...Leise, leise" from Der Freischütz
Advent Lutheran Church
2504 Broadway (at 93rd Street) | Manhattan
adventnyc.org
212-903-9670

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Thanks to The Honorable Gale Brewer for making this concert possible.
This concert is part of the Marilyn Horne legacy at Carnegie Hall.