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Joyce DiDonato: EDEN

Joyce DiDonato, Mezzo-Soprano
Il Pomo d’Oro, Orchestra
Zefira Valova, Conductor

When

Wednesday, February 1, 2023, 7:30 PM EST

Where

Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall

Tickets

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Joyce DiDonato's 'Eden' beckons humanity back to the garden..."

—NPR, All Things Considered

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About the Event

Superstar Joyce DiDonato invites us back to the Garden of Eden through this groundbreaking, through-performed, theatrical program that spans four centuries of music exploring our relationship with the natural world. Joined by the award-winning Il Pomo d’Oro orchestra conducted by Zefira Valova, she lends her celebrated voice to questions at the very core of our existence as channeled through composers including Handel, Gluck, Wagner, Mahler, Ives, Copland, and Oscar-winner Rachel Portman (Emma). “With each passing day,” DiDonato shares, “I trust more and more in the perfect balance, astonishing mystery and guiding force of the natural world around us, how much Mother Nature has to teach us. EDEN is an invitation to return to our roots and to explore whether or not we are connecting as profoundly as we can to the pure essence of our being, to create a new EDEN from within and plant seeds of hope for the future.”

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Musicians

Joyce DiDonato Mezzo-Soprano

Il Pomo d'Oro

Zefira Valova Conductor

Marie Lambert-Le Bihan Stage Director

John Torres Lighting Designer

Program

  • "Eden"

    exploring our individual connection to nature and its impact on our world through works by Ives, Rachel Portman, Mahler, Marco Uccellini, Biagio Marini, Josef Mysliveček, Copland, Valentini, Cavalli, Gluck, Handel

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