Why See Boston Symphony Orchestra - Renee Fleming and Strauss?
Renee Fleming Returns To The BSO
Resplendent lyric soprano Renee Fleming is an opera diva that needs no introduction. Effortlessly versatile, she is universally adored for a voice that is rich with fullness and warmth, soulful legato lines and innate sense of drama and passion when it comes to creating a role. The opera icon returns to the hallowed Symphony Hall with her luminous voice, joining conductor Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony Orchestra for an all Strauss program this winter!
Things kick off with 'Sextet', 'Moonlight Music' and 'Closing Scene' from Capriccio, Strauss' conversational masterpiece on the great debate on which is greater - art, poetry or music - as dramatized by the love triangle story of a Countess torn between the poet Olivier and the composer Flamand. Rounding off the evening is Strauss' great Tone Poem 'Also Sprach Zarathustra', a musical postulation on Nietzche's philosophical novel instantly recognisable for its Sunrise Fanfare.
Opening night: 14 March 2019
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