North State Symphony: Ode to Joy
AS RECOMMENDED BY GOVERNOR NEWSOME AND TO KEEP OUR MUSICIANS, FRIENDS, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY SAFE, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED. Ticket holders will receive more specific information.
Concluding the season and Beethoven’s 250th Anniversary celebration is his monumental Ninth Symphony, a work showcasing the power, heroism, humanity, and revolutionary spirit of Beethoven’s groundbreaking and visionary voice. In addition to our four phenomenal soloists, we will have more than 100 voices from the combined choruses of Shasta College and Simpson University. The performance begins with a world premiere by the winner of the North State Symphony Composition Competition.
Rebecca Sjöwall, soprano
Molly Mahoney, mezzo-soprano
Michael Desnoyers, tenor
Ben Brady, bass-baritone
Shasta College Chorus | Elizabeth Waterbury, Director
Simpson University Choirs | Steve Kim, Director
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BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 9
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