Anchorage Concert Chorus: Joyful Noise
A Program for Choir and Brass
A festive and stirring array of music for chorus, brass and percussion. The Anchorage Concert Chorus will be joined by the UAA University Singers for a program featuring works by Brahms, Heinrich Schutz, Vaughn Williams, William Walton and Mack Wilberg. With our city's top brass players, professional percussionists and 200 singers, this concert is sure to be an evening of exuberant sound!
Joyful Noise is part of Anchorage Concert Chorus' 2013-2014 season package. Subscribe here or call CenterTix at 263-ARTS (2787).
Anchorage Symphony: "Season Finale"
Featuring Kelly Cae Hogan, soprano
and Ric Furman, tenor
Die Meistersinger "Overture"
Siegfried "Forest Murmurs"
Götterdämmerung Siegfried's "Rhine Journey"
Flying Dutchman "Overture"
Scenes from Tristan und Isolde
Music Director Randall Craig Fleisher pays tribute to the music of Wagner - "No composer has ever had a greater impact on music than Wagner. Despite his significant character flaws (his anti-Semitism is the stuff of legend) Wagner's genius was supreme."
Anchorage Symphony: Season Finale is presented by Anchorage Symphony Orchestra.
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What Does It Mean To Love Deeply?
Do you know what it means to love deeply? Do you know what it means to lose that love? Join Anchorage Opera for Die Winterrreise by Franz Schubert. This monodrama for baritone voice will be presented as a special multimedia event.
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