Seattle Collaborative Orchestra concert: 1001 (CANCELLED)
Due to large snowstorms in the region, this concert has been cancelled.
One thousand and one things we do to escape death. Monarch Shahryar discovered that his first wife was unfaithful to him, therefore resolving to marry a new virgin every day as he beheaded the previous day's wife. This ensured that each new queen would be faithful to him and him alone. However, once he met wise, witty, and well-read Scheherazade, the King's life was transformed forever. Seattle Collaborative Orchestra's second concert series celebrates music with a twist. We perform both Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade and Leanna Primiani's world premiere 1001, a current day musical response to the epic musical tale - this time from Scheherazade's perspective. Also on the program: Study for Orchestra, a mid-20th century composition by African American Guggenheim Fellow Julia Perry, and the first movement of W.A Mozart's Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-flat, performed by Addison Kotulski.
Roosevelt High School Theater (View)
1410 NE 66th St.
Seattle, WA 98115
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