AUGUSTANA ARTS CONCERT SERIES 2014-2015
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and ticket-buying links for
A SEASON OF SONG, STORIES & MASTERWORKS!
held at Augustana Lutheran Church at 5000 East Alameda Avenue, Denver,
except where noted.
In MSCO’s most compelling collaboration yet,
the orchestra teams up with Denver’s story-telling ensemble
The Narrators for a program that explores the narrative qualities
in great music as well as the musical qualities in great stories.
They will have paid attention to how the music affects them, inspires
feelings within them, evokes story lines, but most of all how it relates
to their everyday lives. This side of the Two-Way Street culminates
in their telling of the story they have found in the music, in collaboration
with a performance by MSCO.On the other side of the street, as it
were, The Narrators will fashion their own stories to which MSCO must
react and respond with music that illuminates and completes their
narratives. Three as-yet-unnamed masterworks will accompany the stories
created in The Narrators’ bold, honest style.
Two-Way Street ~ featuring The Narrators
Philip Ficsor, Violin
Friday April 24, 7:30pm
Augustana Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall
Saturday April 25, 7:30pm
Denver Music Summit, McNichols Civic Center
This is collaborative Story-Telling
on an Orchestral Scale!
||While this much of the
program illustrates the Two-Way Street between two genres of
art, and between different kinds of performing artists on stage,
a second Two-Way Street is yet to be explored – the one
joining artists and audience. This final facet of the program
will allow audience members to write their own stories to the
music they hear, and if they wish, will have their stories interpreted
live before the audience that very night by the talented and
Adult $24 - Senior $15 - Student
$15 - Children 5-12 yrs $8
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the Lone Tree Symphony
|The Colorado Women's Chorale is proud
to be joining the Lone Tree Symphony and others for this powerful
undertaking of Carl Orff's magical masterpiece on May 8 and
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