Portland Symphony Orchestra and ChoralArt Masterworks
Robert Moody, conductor
Stephanie Foley Davis, mezzo-soprano
Bates Book of Matthew
Bernstein Symphony No. 1 “Jeremiah”
Jenkins The Armed Man
Director’s Notes, Robert Russell: Our season begins as guests of the Portland Symphony Orchestra and Karl Jenkins’ monumental and poignant The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace. The work explores three themes: War is great! War is terrible! Isn’t peace a better alternative? Some of you will remember our performance several years ago in collaboration with Portland Ballet. We invite you to hear this stirring work with the full resources of the PSO.
Tickets via PortTIX: 207-842-0800 | www.porttix.com | 20 Myrtle St, Portland, ME: M-S (Summer M-F) 12-6pm
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In the Online Insight video below, Maestro Robert Moody tells us about one of America’s greatest conductors and modern composers; also who Robert Moody commissioned to arrange the Book of Matthew for orchestra (hint: it’s the most-performed composer of his generation); and shares more behind the scenes look into the music and planning of this PSO Classical Sunday concert.