May 16, 2015
The Capitol Theatre
Lawrence Golan, Conductor
Lindsay Russell, Soprano
Melissa Schiel, Alto
Members of the Central Washington University Symphony Orchestra;
Nikolas Caoile, Director
Yakima Symphony Chorus;
Dr. Scott Peterson, Chorusmaster
Members of the Central Washington University Women’s and Men’s Choirs;
Dr. Gary Weidenaar and Dr. Scott Peterson, Directors
Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 2 in C minor (“Resurrection”)
In ruhig fliessender Bewegung
Urlicht (Primeval Light)
Im Tempo des Scherzo
Note: As the symphony is eighty minutes long, there will be no intermission in this evening’s program.
The YSO closes out our 2014-15 season with Mahler’s epic five-movement masterpiece, Symphony no. 2, the “Resurrection,” joined by the Yakima Symphony Chorus as well as instrumentalists and vocalists from Central Washington University.
ConcerTalk with Jeffrey Snedeker at 6:30pm in the Robertson Room.
Purchase tickets as part of a series by calling the YSO office at (509) 248-1414. To purchase individual tickets online as of August 2, 2013, please click “Tickets” or call the Capitol Theatre at (509) 853-ARTS.
We thank our Yakima Valley Series Sponsor and our Concert Sponsor, Tree Top, for their support in bringing this concert to our community!