Presented by The Organization

Performance Thursday, March 27, 2014 | 8 PM

American Symphony Orchestra

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
Max Bruch’s moving oratorio, performed here by the American Symphony Orchestra, recounts the story of Moses. The piece walks the listener through Moses’s life, from the events at Mount Sinai, to his conflict with the Israelites, to his death on the eve of his people’s arrival in the Promised Land of Canaan.

Performers

  • American Symphony Orchestra
  • Leon Botstein, Conductor
  • Sidney Outlaw, Baritone (Moses)
  • Kirk Dougherty, Tenor (Aaron)
  • Tamara Wilson, Soprano (Der Engel des Herrn)
  • The Collegiate Chorale

Program

  • BRUCH Moses, Op. 67

Pre-concert

Pre-Concert Q&A with Leon Botstein at 7 PM

Event Information


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