April 25–27, 2020

(Canceled) Revueltas’ Night of the Mayas by Michael Curry

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Award-winning designer Michael Curry – whose 2017 imagining of Stravinsky’s Persephone dazzled three sold-out halls – returns to the Oregon Symphony, drawing from ancient Mayan tradition to create a mysterious, supernatural setting for Revueltas’ 1939 film score La noche de los mayas. Classical Series Concert

Carlos Kalmar, conductor
Michael Curry,
stage designer/director
• Steve Gonzales, lead dancer
• Anna Marra, dancer & puppeteer
• Mariecella Devine, dancer (Quetzalcóatl)
Oregon Symphony

Villa-Lobos: Uirapurú
Dvořák: The Golden Spinning Wheel
• Revueltas: La noche de los mayas (The Night of the Mayas)

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Michael Curry’s Night of the Mayas at Oregon Symphony

BEHIND THE SCENES: We recently went behind the scenes with award-winning designer Michael Curry Design as he returns to the Oregon Symphony to create a mysterious, supernatural setting for Revueltas’ 1939 film score "La noche de los mayas." "One of the main takeaways from my brand of theatre is how it suspends disbelief and how imagination is super-charged." You don't want to miss this!

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