Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra presents winter concert: Brett Mitchell

Photo by Roger Mastroianni
Photo by Roger Mastroianni
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In its annual collaboration with the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Chorus, the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra opens this concert with a new piece by American composer (and DJ!) Mason Bates.  The remainder of the program features two French choral works — lush and beautiful — with the women of chorus singing in Claude Debussy's Nocturnes and the full chorus (and soprano soloist) joining in for Francis Poulenc's passionate and effervescent Gloria.

The evening also includes a pre-concert  Prelude Concert at 6 p.m. featuring Youth Orchestra and Youth Chorus members performing chamber music.

Sunday, February 19 at 7:00pm
Severance Hall

Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra
Brett Mitchellconductor

Cleveland Orchestra Youth Chorus
Lisa Wongdirector

Marian Vogel, soprano

Mason Bates - Sea-Blue Circuitry
Claude Debussy - Nocturnes
Francis Poulenc - Gloria

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