Plano Symphony Orchestra: Carmina Burana and the Young Artists
Mar 24, 2018
Not performed in seven years by the Plano Symphony, Carmina Burana is Carl Orff’s most popular work and one of the most enjoyed pieces in the orchestra and chorus repertory. The famous collection of sacred and profane songs is based on 24 poems from a medieval collection of the same name. The work is for large orchestra, chorus and three soloists. Its immensely attractive music has been used in commercials, cinema, and like this performance, dance. Hector Guzman and the Orchestra are joined by members of the Collin County Ballet Theatre and the Plano Civic Chorus in this unique 35th Anniversary offering of excerpts from Carmina Burana.
Then prepare to be amazed by the incredible winners of the annual Collin County Young Artist Competition in their concerto-winning performances -- an amazing showcase of extraordinary young talent.
Hector Guzman, Conductor
Rainelle Krause, Soprano
Jose Guzman, Tenor
Daniel Scofield, Baritone
WInners of the Collin County Young Artist Competition
Collin County Ballet Theatre, Kirt Hathaway, Director
Plano Civic Chorus, Ralph Stannard, Director
Eisemann Center, 2351 Performance Drive
Richardson, TX 75082
Cost: $13 - $85
Time: 8:00 pm
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