Friday, November 18, 2011 at 8:00 p.m.
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Marin Alsop, conductor
James Robinson, stage director
Caroline Dhavernas, Joan of Arc
Ronald Guttman, Brother Dominic
Nathan Wyatt, speaker (various)
Vijay Ghosh, speaker (various)
Tamara Wilson, soprano (Soprano Solo; The Virgin)
Hae Ji Chang, soprano (Marguerite)
Kelley O'Connor, mezzo-soprano (Catherine)
Timothy Fallon, tenor (Tenor Solo; Porcus; Herald I; The Clerk)
Morris Robinson, bass (Bass Solo; Herald II)
Cynthia Miller, ondes Martenot
Concert Artists of Baltimore Vocalists, Ed Polochick, Director
Peabody Hopkins Chorus, Ed Polochick, Director
Morgan State University Choir, Eric Conway, Director
Peabody Children's Chorus, Doreen Falby, Director
January 2012 marks the 600th anniversary of the birth of heroine, soldier and martyr Joan of Arc. Amongst the many theatrical,
musical and film depictions of her remarkable life story, none is more powerful than the 1935 masterpiece by the Swiss composer,
Arthur Honegger. Exploring her final moments as she enters into a dialogue with her confessor, this sweeping oratorio examines
her life in flashbacks, including the heresy trials before she achieves peace with God at the stake. This exciting concert
features the combined forces of actors, vocalists, chorus and orchestra. An event not to be missed! Catch this special program
before the BSO takes it to Carnegie Hall immediately after these performances.
Program will be performed in French with English subtitles.
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