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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Politico-societal commentary against the decadence of 1920's Germany, and the disparity between the rich and the poor.
The UAA Department of Music and the UAA Opera Ensemble presents "Threepenny Opera". This collaborative work between Kurt Keill and Bertolt Brecht was controversial in its day as a politico-societal commentary against the decadence of 1920's Germany, and the disparity between the rich and the poor. The theme is as timeless as the music, and remains a popular piece to this day. Larger than life characters such as Mack the Knife, Jenny Diver, and Polly Peachum perform torch songs that are vibrant with jazz and cabaret influences. Featuring UAA voice majors, with guest instrumentalists and aerial acrobats. Directed by Mari Hahn, Set by Carrie Yanagawa.
This production made possible with the assistance of the Anchorage Opera.