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Julia Bullock
Julia Bullock | © Allison Michael Orenstein

Søndergård Conducts Mahler Symphony No. 1

Fri Mar 7 — Sat Mar 8, 2025

Orchestra Hall

~2 hours, including intermission

Dorothy Howell was 21 when her symphonic poem, Lamia, was first performed at the Proms. Just over 100 years later, it gets a long-awaited first performance by the Minnesota Orchestra. While Keats inspired Howell, Benjamin Britten turned to the poetry of Rimbaud for Les illuminations. American soprano Julia Bullock finds meaning and relevance in every word she sings in Britten’s captivating song cycle. To conclude, Thomas Søndergård leads a journey through the remarkable sound world of Gustav Mahler’s powerful First Symphony.

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