Boston Baroque Launches 40th Anniversary Season with Beethoven's 9th
Martin Pearlman opens his ensemble’s 40th season with a performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony on period instruments. - Jeremy Eichler, Globe Staff
Featured soloists include soprano Leah Partridge, Mezzo-Soprano Ann McMahon Quintero, tenor William Burden and bass/baritone Kevin Deas.
The program also includes Beethoven's Elegiac Song (Elegischer Gesang).
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Discounts are available starting at 6:30 PM on day of concert at Jordan Hall box office; students $10.00, under 30, $30, seniors, $20.
Kevin Deas has gained international acclaim as one of America’s leading basses. Lauded for his "burnished sound, clarity of diction and sincerity of expression" and "fervent intensity" by Chicago Tribune critic John von Rhein, Deas has been variously called "exemplary" by the Denver Post, "especially fine" by the Washington Post and possessing "a resourceful range of expression" by The Cincinnati Enquirer....
Martin PearlMan is one of this country’s leading interpreters of Baroque and Classical music on period and modern instruments. Hailed for his “fresh, buoyant interpretations” and his “vivid realizations teeming with life,” Pearlman has been acclaimed for forty years in the orchestral, choral and operatic repertoire from Monteverdi to Beethoven....
Tenor William Burden has won an outstanding reputation in a wide-ranging repertoire throughout Europe and North America. He has appeared at the Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Houston Grand Opera, Seattle Opera, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Santa Fe Opera, New York City Opera, La Scala, Glyndebourne Opera Festival, Paris Opera, Munich State Opera, Canadian Opera and the Saito Kinen Festival....
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