Maltz Performing Arts Center, Silver Hall
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Dr. Kathleen Horvath, Conductor and Music Director
Dr. Christopher Clark, Conductor and Music Director
Joe Fudale, Graduate Assistant Conductor
Manya Aronin, Bethany Westphal, Unique Stanfield, Shelby Namsick, and Jessica Steuver, Graduate Assistants
Like water from mountain to mountain impelled, destined to disappearance below.
- Friedrich Hölderlin
In 1871, Johannes Brahms completed Schicksalslied, a 16-minute choral/orchestral piece that set Friedrich Hölderlin's poem Hyperions Schicksalslied, from his novel Hyperion. The poem contrasts the lives of the gods with the fate and destiny of men. The Case/U. Circle Symphony Orchestra and Case Concert Choir present this work, in addition to Verdi’s Overture to La Forza Del Destino, the Lizst Les Preludes, and three Brahms part-songs.
Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901)
La Forza Del Destino, Overture
Mr. Joe Fudale, Graduate Assistant Conductor
Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
Les Preludes, Symphonic Poem
Dr. Kathleen Horvath, Director of Orchestras
~ Intermission ~
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Das Mädchen, Op. 93a, No. 2
Hannah Yarolimek, soloist
O süßer Mai!, Op. 93a, No. 3
Mrs. Jessica L.G. Steuver, Gradaute Assistant Conductor
Fahr Woh!, Op. 93a, No. 4
Schicksalied, Op. 54
Dr. Christopher Clark, Director of Choirs
Silver Hall Concert Series
This performance is part of the Maltz Performing Arts Center, Silver Hall Concert Series. These events are free, but registration is required. Can't be with us in person? No problem! You can still join us via live stream. Reserve a live stream ticket in advance or view the channel below on concert day.
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