The Symphony of Southeast Texas is pleased to announce our fourth and final Classic Series performance of the 66th season, French Pairings. Our concert on April 6, 2019 will feature Saint-Saëns, Fauré and Ravel in a lovely evening of French composers.
The “Bacchanale” from Samson et Dalila presents Saint-Saëns writing using an exotic mode of expression that was becoming increasingly popular among French composers of the era. Fauré’s Requiem will feature Abigail Dueppen, Soprano and Dalton Woody, Baritone. The orchestra will be joined by the SOST Chorus and Lamar University Choir for the works by Fauré and Ravel. The final performance of the evening will be Ravel’s Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 2, one of the greatest scores of ballet writing in the twentieth century.
Please join us Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 7:30pm at the Julie Rogers Theatre for Classic Series IV. This amazing show is made possible thanks to the support of our concert sponsors, Merrill Lynch and Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas. Our sponsors help the Symphony of Southeast Texas play a role in the education, entertainment, and cultural enrichment of all residents of Southeast Texas.
The Symphony of Southeast Texas, embarking on its 67th season, is a regional, professional orchestra based in Beaumont, Texas. The Symphony performs a number of subscription concerts, educational programs and other concerts throughout Southeast Texas each year. SOST’s home base is the Julie Rogers Theatre in downtown Beaumont. The orchestra is composed of local musicians from the Beaumont vicinity, as well as many musicians from the Houston and Lake Charles areas.
For information on SOST’s concerts this season, please check our website at www.sost.org or call the SOST Office at (409) 892-2257.
Michelle Walker, Marketing Director
The Symphony of Southeast Texas
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