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April 2019

05 Friday
08:00 am
Symphony No. 3: Kaddish
Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville, Tennessee, United States Dedicated to the memory of John F. Kennedy, Bernstein’s Symphony No. 3 incorporates the Jewish prayer of mourning, the Kaddish. More than five decades after its premiere, it remains a powerfully moving exploration of human spirituality and a transcendent plea for peace – all brought vividly to life by Maestro Giancarlo Guerrero, the Nashville Symphony & Chorus, Blair Children's Chorus, soprano and narrator.
12:00 pm
An in-delpth look at Bernstein's Candide
Lucas Richman , Brian Hinrichs and special guest commentators
Bangor Arts Exchange, Bangor, ME, United States
07:30 pm
West Side Story
Staatsoper Hannover/Mark Rohde, conductor/Matthias Davids, director/Simon Eichenberger, choreographer
Opernhaus, Hannover, Germany
07:30 pm
West Side Story
Opera Australia/Guy Simpson, conductor/Francesca Zambello, director/Julie Lea Goodwin, Maria/Alexander Lewis, Tony
Opera on Sydney Harbour, Fleet Steps, Sydney, Australia
07:30 pm
West Side Story
Theater Dortmund/Philipp Armbruster, conductor/Gil Mehmert, director
Theater Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
07:30 pm
Justin Peck's 'Easy' (music: Prelude, Fugue and Riffs)
New York City Ballet/Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, United States
07:30 pm
Springfield Regional Opera
Gillioz Theatre, Springfield, MO, United States
07:30 pm
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music/Constantine Kitsopoulos, conductor/Candace Evans, director
Indiana University Musical Arts Center, Bloomington, IN, United States
07:30 pm
West Side Story
Komische Oper Berlin/Koen Schoots, conductor/Barrie Kosky & Otto Pichler, directors/Otto Pichler, choreographer
Komische Oper Berlin, Berlin, Germany
08:00 pm
Chichester Psalms
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra/Eton College Chapel Choir/Leonard Slatkin, conductor
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong