Susanna’s Secret

Fri, Mar 17, 2017, 7:30 PM
Part of the series TŌN at Carnegie Hall

at Carnegie Hall, Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage
in NYC

  • Works by Respighi and Wolf-Ferrari
  • TŌN performs two orchestral suites and a one-act opera-in-concert
  • Conducted by Leon Botstein; “relentlessly innovative” –The New York Times
  • With soprano Julianne Borg and baritone Michael Kelly

The Music

Respighi: Church Windows
Journeys from delicate to blazing. The second movement sonically depicts an epic celestial battle.

Respighi: Rossiniana
Dark and evocative. Respighi based this suite on Rossini’s piano music from his collection Péchés de vieillesse (Sins of Old Age).

Wolf-Ferrari: Susanna’s Secret
Lilting and whimsical. Susanna’s newlywed husband suspects her of infidelity—will he discover her trespasses or will he be burned by the truth?

The Artists

LEON BOTSTEIN, conductor
JULIANNE BORG, soprano
MICHAEL KELLY, baritone

All artists subject to change.

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Respighi: Church Windows

Respighi: Rossiniana

Wolf-Ferrari: Susanna’s Secret

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