Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony

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May 21-22
Hilbert Circle Theatre

There is a 35-minute finale to Mahler’s “Resurrection Symphony.” That should give you some idea of the
size and scope of this monumental work. Performing it for the first time in 23 years, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
will be joined by the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir and Chorus, soprano Karina Guavin (whose New Year’s Day 2006 performance
in the piece was broadcast throughout Europe) and mezzo soprano Susanne Mentzer (seen in the broadcast-to-movie-theaters Metropolitan
Opera production of Tan Dun’s opera “The First Emperor.”) Details here.

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