Lynn Harrell Performs at Disney Hall
The world-renowned cellist joins the FOOSA Philharmonic as soloist in Max Bruch's Kol Nidrei
"The dean of American cellists"
- The Washington Post
Pablo Casals. Mstislav Rostropovich. Jacqueline du Pré. Yo-Yo Ma.
For decades, Lynn Harrell has been included among the names of these legendary masters of the cello.
And now you have the opportunity to hear him live.
On June 22, the virtuoso musician takes the stage as soloist at Walt Disney Concert Hall, accompanied by the 120 musicians of the FOOSA Philharmonic.
Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience one of the great musicians of our time.
"Bold, imaginative, and surpassingly sensitive… fully human and rich in detail."
- The Boston Globe
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Kol Nidrei: Music With Jewish Roots and Universal Appeal
Despite his Protestant faith, Max Bruch had a lifelong appreciation for Jewish beliefs and culture, and his music often drew on these traditions.
Drawing on two traditional Hebrew melodies– a liturgical song from Yom Kippur and "Those That Wept on Babel's Stream"– Kol Nidrei is among the most beautifully evocative works ever composed for cello and orchestra. By turns dramatic and richly melodic, this moving music has been stirring the souls of audiences for nearly 150 years.
* - World Premiere performance
** - West Coast Premiere
"Extraordinarily incisive and gripping"
- The Baltimore Sun