Presented by American Symphony Orchestra

Performance Thursday, March 1, 2018 | 8 PM

American Symphony Orchestra

Intolerance

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
In post-Fascist Italy, Luigi Nono attempted to reverse the darkness of Mussolini and rescue art from being the handmaiden of the state. His one-act opera Intolleranza speaks out against dictatorship. It follows a migrant worker travelling home as he gets caught up in a political protest, is tortured in prison, and escapes to fight for a world without war.

Performers

  • American Symphony Orchestra
  • Leon Botstein, Conductor
    Daniel Weeks, Tenor (A Migrant)
    Serena Benedetti, Soprano (His Companion)
    Hai-Ting Chinn, Mezzo-Soprano (A Woman)
    Matthew Worth, Baritone (An Algerian)
    Carsten Wittmoser, Bass-Baritone (A Torture Victim)
    Bard Festival Chorale
    James Bagwell, Director

Program

  • NONO Intolleranza

Event Duration

The program will last approximately one hour and 15 minutes with no intermission.

Pre-concert

Pre-Concert Talk at 7 PM

Event Information


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