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Carmina burana

07/16/2014

Larry Bell’s adaptation of At the River (the orchestra's unofficial anthem) honors one of Boston’s most iconic concert settings. Marlon Brando won an Oscar swaggering to On the Waterfront. After intermission, the Back Bay Chorale joins the One City Choir - with singers welcome from all parts of the city – in music every generation knows. Carmina burana is a meditation on love, nature, and fortune’s inescapable power.

 

7PM

 

Boston Landmarks Orchestra

Christopher Wilkins, conductor

 

Program

Teresa Wakim, soprano

R. Joshua Reynolds, tenor

Aaron Engebreth, baritone

One City Choir

Back Bay Chorale,

  Scott Allen Jarrett, music director

 

    At the River (premiere)  (Larry Bell)

    On the Waterfront   (Leonard Bernstein)

    Carmina burana  (Carl Orff)

 

Where: DCR's Hatch Shell on the Esplanade

For directions to the Hatch Shell click here.

 

For weather alerts: Call 617-987-2000 or Text LANDMARKS to 51555

 

Click here to visit Christopher Wilkins' summer blog!

Click here for program book.

Click here for Carmina burana text and translation.

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