What You'll Get
The touch of a female composer is unmistakable, elegant and graceful with remarkable verve and emotional intelligence. Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Carmen to Clyne: Women in Music celebrates the contributions of two extraordinary women: Marin Alsop conducts the world premieres of legendary composer Joan Tower's Sixth Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman as well as a brand new, full-length symphonic work from the up-and-coming Anna Clyne titled Abstractions, which uses contemporary art from the Baltimore Museum of Art as inspiration. The night at North Bethesda's Music Center at Strathmore continues with the gifted violinist and humanitarian Alexandra Soumm in her BSO debut and concludes with selections from Bizet's Carmen, a tribute to one of classical music's most beloved heroines.
The Fine Print
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