Winston-Salem Symphony & Chorus: Conductors' Showcase

cl-WEB-robert-moody-150The closing concert of the Winston-Salem Symphony’s 2011-2012 Season was a showcase not only of the orchestra and its Chorale, but also of the conductors affiliated with the orchestra. Associate Conductor Matthew Troy opened the program with Respighi’s tuneful suite based on Renaissance music, and then Winston-Salem Symphony Chorale director Carole Ott oversaw the performance of Brahms’ choral setting of Schiller’s funeral song. Music Director Robert Moody brought it home with a rousing rendering of Carl Orff’s 20th century masterpiece.

 

 

Listen to the entire program: Winston-Salem Symphony & Chorus: Conductors' Showcase





Billboard and introduction to Respighi's Ancient Airs and Dances - Lauren Rico





OTTORINO RESPIGHI: Ancient Airs and Dances Suite No. 1
Winston-Salem Symphony
Matthew Troy, conductor





Introduction to Brahms' Nänie - Lauren Rico





JOHANNES BRAHMS: Nänie for Chorus and Orchestra
Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra & Chorale
Carole Ott, director





Break and introduction to Orff's Carmina Burana - Lauren Rico and Mike McKay





CARL ORFF: Carmina Burana
Winston-Salem Symphony Orchesetra & Chorale
Robert Moody, director





Introduction to Spring from Vivaldi's The Four Seasons - Lauren Rico





ANTONIO VIVALDI: Spring from The Four Seasons
Danielle Belen, violin
Winston-Salem Symphony
Robert Moody, conductor





End of the Show - Lauren Rico and Mike McKay