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28.3.05

Concert Schedule for Early April 

(published first at ionarts)

Performances in bold are considered to be particularly noteworthy. Abbreviations used here are:Sunday, April 3, 2 pm
The only opera broadcast on PBS for the whole year, so don't miss it: Metropolitan Opera, Otto Schenk's production of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (1868), with Karita Mattila (Eva), James Morris (Hans Sachs), Thomas Allen (Beckmesser), and René Pape (Pogner)

Thursday, April 14, 7:30 pm
2005 President's Concert (Waging Peace: Music in Time of War)
Part I: Prologue-Souvenirs! (Hopeful songs from many wars, presented by music theater students)
Catholic University of America, Edward J. Pryzbyla Center

Friday, April 15, 7:30 pm
2005 President's Concert (Waging Peace: Music in Time of War)
Part II: Lessons (CUA Symphony Orchestra: Music of Gorecki, Bernstein, Schoenberg, Penderecki)
Catholic University of America, Edward J. Pryzbyla Center

Saturday, April 16, 7:30 pm
2005 President's Concert (Waging Peace: Music in Time of War)
Part III: Dialogues (Chamber music of Shostakovich, Ullmann, Rorem, and world premiere of "Korean War Memorial," a collective composition by 17 regional composers)
Catholic University of America, Edward J. Pryzbyla Center

Sunday, April 17, 7:30 pm
2005 President's Concert (Waging Peace: Music in Time of War)
Part IV: "...and then Silent Bugles" (Benjamin Britten, War Requiem)
Catholic University of America, Edward J. Pryzbyla Center

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