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April 29, 2017  |  4 PM & 8 PM
Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral
Dan Kern, Narrator
Kiera Duffy, Soprano
Maren Montalbano, Mezzo-Soprano
Sumner Thompson, Tenor
Jillian Harris, Choreographer
Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia

Arthur Honegger’s King David
is the best oratorio you may never have heard. The young Honegger composed the score as incidental music to a play by René Morax, and quickly earned fame throughout Europe for his unique and captivating musical style blending French Impressionism, the German chorale tradition, and far-eastern influences. The oratorio follows the rise of David from shepherd to warrior to king of Israel, capturing his triumphs and losses, loves and rivalries. Its choruses rival history’s greatest oratorios for their power and beauty. Newly commissioned choreography by Jillian Harris provides a compelling dramatic element to help visualize this remarkable life story.



June 4, 2017  |  3 PM
Verizon Hall, Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
Greater Philadelphia Youth Orchestra
Louis Scaglione, Conductor


Orff’s Carmina Burana sets the stage with the rhythmically insistent hammering of fate in our daily lives. The medieval Latin and German poetry walks us through life’s cycles of seasons, of love, of revelry, and of fate in music that deserves its fame for its accessibility and universal messages. Tickets available through Ticket Philadelphia here.


Thirty minutes prior to the following performances:
BIG SING: American Stories
Honegger: King David

Join artistic director Paul Rardin before each concert for an enlightening discussion about the program, complete with live musical examples sung by members of Mendelssohn Club. MendelSounds helps answer the question “what should I listen for?” by bringing each program’s music to life in engaging and informal fashion. Come early for these twenty minutes of fun!