May 18–20, 2019

Mahler’s First Symphony

Portland’s favorite songstress Storm Large stars in Kurt Weill’s bitingly humorous story of young Anna, caught between her family, her desires, and her own moral compass. Mahler’s ground-breaking first symphony, aptly nicknamed “Titan,” brings the Classical Season to a triumphant close. Classical Series Concert

Carlos Kalmar, conductor
• Storm Large, vocalist
• Hudson Shad, vocal quartet 

• Weill: The Seven Deadly Sins
Mahler: Symphony No. 1, “Titan”

 

Note: This concert is being recorded for future broadcast. We ask our audience to be as quiet as possible during the performance

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