Peter Oundjian, conductor
Joyce El-Khoury, soprano
Mary Phillips, mezzo-soprano
Brandon Jovanovich, tenor
Morris Robinson, bass
Baltimore Choral Arts Society
Tom Hall, director
Always a special event, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony reminds us of the triumphs of man, with its journey from darkness to light culminating in the uplifting, ecstatic “Ode to Joy.” A stellar cast of soloists joins forces with the Baltimore Choral Arts Society under the direction of Peter Oundjian. Nowhere will we hear a more deeply touching expression of faith than in Bruckner’s moving hymn of thanks to God
Attend a free pre-concert lecture, Symphonic Explorations, offered in partnership with the Levine School of Music. Registration is requested. Please visit www.BSOmusic.org/explorations for full details and to reserve your seats.
This concert will run approximately 120 minutes with intermission. Please note there will be no late seating until intermission.
|Te Deum in C Major, WAB 45
Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 “Choral”