Lyric soprano Maria Valdes opens the Symphony’s final program of the season as soloist in Samuel Barber’s haunting masterpiece, Knoxville: Summer of 1915. Added soloists, three choirs and the full orchestra then join Valdes in Carl Orff’s exuberant cantata Carmina Burana, based on medieval poems and songs celebrating the sensual life.
Walk-Up Box Office: 325 South First Street, San Jose, 95113. Located between San Carlos and San Salvador Street next to the California Theatre. Ticket Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 10am to 5pm.
Conductor: Carlos Vieu bio: https://www.symphonysanjose.org/performers/carlos-vieu/
Soloists: Maria Valdes, soprano bio: https://www.symphonysanjose.org/performers/maria-valdes/
$55 to $115
Samuel Barber Knoxville: Summer of 1915
Carl Orff Camina Burana
Carlos Vieu conductor
Maria Valdes Soloist, soprano
Elena Sharkova Chorale Director
Symphony San Jose Chorale
Cantabile youth Singers