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Stanley Marketplace

An Ode to Joy!

RESCHEDULED TO

February 20 & 21, 2021

DUE TO COVID-19


THE HANGAR at STANLEY MARKETPLACE

2501 Dallas Street, Aurora



Dr. Norman Gamboa, Conductor

Kim Robards, Choreographer


Margaret Ozaki, Soprano

Clea Huston, Mezzo-soprano

Alex Sierra, Tenor

Malcolm Ulbrick, Baritone-Bass

Alpine Chorale, Artistic Director, Dr. David Farwig


Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is undoubtedly one of the most celebrated masterpieces in western music with its famous “Ode to Joy”.  Choreographer Kim Robards created her interpretation of the full symphony in her masterwork "Unstruck Sound" which is the driving force for the unparalleled collaboration.  This production intertwines professional modern dance with groundbreaking classical music bringing together Aurora Symphony Orchestra, Kim Robards Dance, The Alpine Chorale and four top vocal soloists.


Remember to arrive 30 minutes early for a pre-concert talk featuring insightful discussions and interesting facts about the choreographic process and musical repertoire led by Maestro Norman Gamboa, Choreographer Kim Robards, and David Farwig, Artistic Director - Alpine Chorale.


Pre-concert talks are included with your concert ticket.

PROGRAM

Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125