MasterWorks: DVOŘÁK & RAVEL
Sunday, April 30, 2023 | 7:00PM

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DESCRIPTION

The Canton Symphony Chorus is back! Quartel’s setting of the Requiem text was inspired by the golden and lush landscape of the West Coast. The piece will be followed by Dvořák’s Te Deum, written for orchestra, chorus, soprano, and bass. The season will end with a glorious finish with Ravel’s Daphnis and Chloe.

PROGRAM

Sanctum…………………………………………………………………………..Sarah Quartel
Te Deum, Op. 103 ………………………………………………………………………….Antonín Dvořák
Morgen (Morning), Op. 27, No.4…………………………………………………………………….Richard Strauss
Zueignung (Devotion), Op. 10, No. 1……………………………………………Richard Strauss
Madamina, il catalogo e questo from Don Giovanni (The Catalog Aria)………………..Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Daphnis et Chloé, Suites 1 & 2………………………………………………………Maurice Ravel

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT

Gabrielle Haigh, soprano, hails from Cleveland, Ohio and currently resides in Chicago, Illinois. Her most recent engagements were with the San Francisco Ballet as soprano soloist in multiple performances of Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream under the direction of Martin West, and the Akron Symphony Orchestra in the Mozart Requiem under the direction of Christopher Wilkins. Other recent appearances included the roles Pamina in The Magic Flute and Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus, both with Lyric Opera Studio Weimar, and Benjamin in Handel’s Joseph and His Brethren (with recording) and the Angel in Handel’s Joshua, both with Philharmonia Baroque, led by Nicolas McGegan. She was a recipient of a full tuition Colburn Foundation Fellowship to SongFest in Los Angeles in 2019, where she appeared in several public masterclasses and coached with Libby Larsen, Jake Heggie, Margo Garrett, and Mark Trawka, among others. She has been a soloist with the San Jose Symphonic Choir and Orchestra in Mozart’s Requiem, the Bach B Minor Mass, and Vaughan Williams’ Hodie.  As a member of Lamplighters Theatre in San Francisco, she sang the role of Kate in The Yeoman of the Guard (with recording) and performed as a member of the company in Patience, both by Gilbert and Sullivan.

Hailed as “phenomenal” (The Harvard Crimson), “impressively epic” (schwäbische.de), and for his “wine-dark bass ” (The Boston Globe), bass-baritone Mikhail Smigelski enjoys a career of vast and various genres, including opera, oratorio, early music, musical theatre, and contemporary music. Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, Mikhail has performed on the world most prestigious stages including Carnegie Hall, Saint Petersburg’s and Moscow’s Philharmonias, the Berliner Philharmonie, and the Kölner Philharmonie, and has collaborated with established European and American opera, music theater and concert companies such as Saint Petersburg Chamber Opera, Theater Aachen, Theater Solingen, Theater Leverkusen, Cohen New Works Festival, New York Ferus Festival, East Coast Contemporary Ensemble, Austin Symphony, Opera Leggera, Opera in the Heights, Miami Lyric Opera, and The Cleveland Opera.

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