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New England Conservatory Announces 2014-15 Concert Season
Events Include: December 10 Gala Concert Performance of Act III, Wagner’s Die Walküre with soprano Jane Eaglen, bass-baritone Greer Grimsley, conductor Robert Spano
World Premiere of Reconstructed Score of Leon Kirchner’s 1978 Music for Flute and Orchestra performed by dedicatee Paula Robison, conductor Hugh Wolff, and NEC Philharmonia
Three Opera Productions: Two Main Stage at the Cutler Majestic Plus Concert Version of Menotti’s The Consul guest conducted by Gil Rose Mozart’s Così fan tutte in February conducted by Stephen Lord, Staged by Joshua Major Double bill of Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi and Ravel’s L’Enfant et les sortileges, conducted by Stephen Lord, directed by father and son stage directors Leon and Joshua Major
in April Vocal Residencies by José van Dam, Barbara Bonney; Public Masterclasses by Denyce Graves, Thomas Hampson
Thirtieth Anniversary Season of First Monday at Jordan Hall Reprises Works, Some Performers from First Season
Continuing Partnership with Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Insights Series and Do You Hear What I Hear? chamber music performances that complement the BSO’s celebration of Ballets Russes & Sergei Diaghilev, Premieres by Dean and Birtwistle Boston Museum of Fine Arts Partnership Events Pair Music and Art, Celebrate Malcolm Rogers’ Tenure
The Marriage of Music and Dance: A Celebration honoring the late Julia Sutton
Faculty recitals by Russell Sherman (celebrating his 85th birthday), Gabriel Chodos, Laurence Lesser, Weilerstein Trio, Dimitri Murrath, Victor Rosenbaum (commemorating Franz Schubert’s last year), Stephen Drury, Kenneth Radnofsky, Soovin Kim, James Buswell, Paul Biss (70th birthday celebration)
Orchestra performances of Brahms German Requiem, Salonen L.A. Variations
World Premieres for Wind Ensembles, Percussion Ensemble
The Music of John Zorn: A 35-year Retrospective (November 4) will celebrate the groundbreaking work of this vitally important musical creator. Read the full release at http://necmusic.edu/news .
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