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08 November 2020 Hyannes (Massachusetts, USA)
Cape Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jung-Ho Pak - The Barnstable Performing Arts Center
This concert has been postponed.
Program Info: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our 2020-21 Cape Symphony season will be rescheduled to 2021-22, because the Barnstable Public School buildings, including the Barnstable Performing Arts Center, will not be available to outside organizations during the 2020-21 school year.
Cape Symphony Orchestra Jung-Ho Pak, conductor Jonathan Perry, vocals Kristin Watson, vocals Josh Delaney, narrator
A three-masted ship, battered by the North Atlantic winds, sails into a harbor, sheltered by the hooked shape of the land. Its exhausted passengers had hoped to reach Virginia, but instead, found themselves facing an uncertain future. This was a momentous time in the history of America and our very special community in particular. The Cape Symphony is honored to present one of the premier events during the statewide 400th anniversary celebration of the Pilgrims’ arrival.
In partnership with the Plymouth Philharmonic, we’re commissioning two new works: “Mayflower” commemorates the signing of the Mayflower Compact in November 1620, and features soprano Kristin Watson. “Wampanoag: Stories For All Time” stars Native singer Jonathan Perry, joined by Wampanoag performers, presenting tales of the indigenous people who were here when the Mayflower arrived.
We will also perform Anton Dvorak’s New World Symphony, a celebration of American potential and one of the most popular symphonies of all time.
Repertoire: Antonin Dvorak - New World Symphony Alex Berko - Mayflower Tonya Wind Singer - Wampanoag Stories for All Time Miklós Rózsa - The Plymouth adventure (Plymouth Adventure is a 1952 Technicolor drama film with an ensemble cast starring Spencer Tracy, Gene Tierney, Van Johnson and Leo Genn, made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, directed by Clarence Brown)