WNO:Domingo:Cafritz 2018

Next Concert
The Apollo Orchestra in Concert with Rising Opera Stars from the Kennedy Center’s Domingo/Cafritz Young Artists Program

Featuring Alexandria Shiner, Soprano; Allegra De Vita, Mezzo-Soprano; Eliza Bonet, Mezzo-Soprano; Frederick Ballentine, Tenor; Timothy J. Bruno, Bass

Sunday, January 28, 2018 at 4pm
1 Chevy Chase Circle Washington, DC  20015
The Apollo Orchestra is happy to announce our annual Winter concert at the beautiful Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church.  This marvelously varied program will feature Chevy Chase Presbyterian’s own Julie Vidrick-Evans as organ soloist in the rarely heard Kammermusik no. 7  by Paul Hindemith.  Apollo is once again thrilled to partner with rising opera stars from the Kennedy Center’s Domingo/Cafritz Young Artist Program in selections and scenes from 3 great (and again, rarely presented) American operas: Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress; Floyd’s Sussanah; and Barber’s Vanessa. 
The concert will conclude with one of the greatest landmarks in music history–Ludwig von Beethoven’s incomparable Symphony no. 3, “Eroica”
 Julie Vidrick-Evans
 Julie Vidrick-Evans
HINDEMITH: Kammermusik no. 7, op. 46 for Organ and Chamber Ensemble–Mvt. 3
     featuring Organ Soloist, Julie Vidrick-Evans
Arias and Excerpts from 3 Great American Operas
        STRAVINSKY: The Rake’s Progress
        FLOYD: Sussanah
        BARBER: Vanessa
BEETHOVEN: Symphony no. 3, “Eroica” 
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All Apollo concerts are made possible by the vision and generosity of the Downing Family Foundation.