Children filling water in Al-Zaatari Camp. Photo by Mustafa Bader

Friday | 10.21.16 | 8:00 PM
Saturday | 10.22.16 | 8:00 PM

The DiMenna Center for Classical Music

October's concert series at the DiMenna Center opens with Athena Adamopoulos's Passage, a moving piece about the Syrian refugee crisis. Christine Todd is our featured soloist on Claude Debussy's Première rhapsodie for Clarinet & Orchestra on Friday and Emily DiAngelo performs Jean Françaix's L'horloge de Flore with the orchestra on Saturday. Both concerts conclude with Mahler's Fourth Symphony featuring soprano Cree Carrico.

Conducted by Matthew Aubin and Mark Seto

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Concerts will be held at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, 450 West 37th Street

Photo by Mustafa Bader

Conductors: Matthew Aubin Mark Seto

The Program

Athena AdamopoulosPassage (U.S. premiere)

Claude DebussyPremière rhapsodie for Clarinet & Orchestra

Christine Todd Clarinet

Jean FrançaixL'horloge de Flore

Emily DiAngelo Oboe

Gustav MahlerSymphony No. 4 in G Major

Cree Carrico Voice

Featured Artists

Cree Carrico
Voice

Friday, 10.21, Saturday, 10.22

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 4 in G Major

Praised by Opera News for her “gleaming tone,” soprano Cree Carrico is an emerging singing actress quickly gaining recognition as an interpreter of 20th and 21st century works. This season, Cree will perform the role of Amour in Orphée et Eurydice and Sagredo/Eos in Galileo Galilei with De

Emily DiAngelo
Oboe

Saturday, 10.22

Jean Françaix: L'horloge de Flore

Emily DiAngelo played with The Chelsea Symphony from 2007-2012 and is thrilled to be returning this year as a soloist. She is currently on the oboe faculty at Cornell University, Hamilton College, and the Luzerne Music Center, and is a candidate for the Doctor Of Musical Arts degree at Manhattan

Christine Todd
Clarinet

Friday, 10.21

Claude Debussy: Première rhapsodie for Clarinet & Orchestra

Christine Todd began performing with The Chelsea Symphony in 2008 and joined the board in 2010. Christine is an accountant and clarinetist – the former professionally and the latter for a love for music that developed when she began playing the clarinet in childhood, in upstate New York. A CPA,