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Spring for Music 2014!

After four years of some of the most unique orchestra music in the world, Spring for Music wrapped up this past May in New York City's Carnegie Hall. We'll bring you highlights from the series (see below) June 2-6 at 8pm.

Seattle Symphony
Ludovic Morlot, Music Director

JOHN LUTHER ADAMS Become Ocean (NY Premiere)
VARESE Deserts

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra
Michael Christie, Conductor
Singers from the Eastman School of Music Opera Department

HANSON Merry Mount (complete concert performance)

Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
Alexander Mickelthwate, Music Director
Tanya Tagaq, Throat Singer
Dame Evelyn Glennie, Percussion

SCHAFER Symphony No. 1
CHARKE 13 Inuit Throat Song Games
HO The Shaman: Concerto for Percussion and Orchestra

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and May Festival Chorus
James Conlon, Cincinnati May Festival Music Director
May Festival Chorus
Latonia Moore, Soprano
Ronnita Nicole Miller, Mezzo-Soprano
Rodrick Dixon, Tenor
Donnie Ray Albert, Baritone

ADAMS Harmonium
DETT The Ordering of Moses (NY Premiere)


Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Manfred Honeck, Music Director
Sunhae Im, Soprano
Elizabeth DeShong, Mezzo-Soprano
Benjamin Bruns, Tenor
Liang Li, Bass
F. Murray Abraham, Speaker
Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh
Betsy Burleigh, Director

BRUCKNER Motet Ave Maria
POULENC Final Scene from Dialogues of the Carmelites
MACMILLAN Women of the Apocalypse (NY Premiere)
MOZART Requiem and Death in Words and Music

Daniel Gilliam is Program Director for LPM Classical. Email Daniel at dgilliam@lpm.org.

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