The culminating performance of the UCLA American Jewish Music Festival highlights works by some of Los Angeles’ most famous and influential Jewish composers, including Schoenberg, Korngold and Zeisl. It ends with Mahler’s monumental Symphony No. 1.
The culminating performance of the UCLA American Jewish Music Festival features UCLA Philharmonia, UCLA Chorale and UCLA Chamber Singers under the baton of UCLA Professor and Director of Choral Studies James Bass. The concert highlights works by some of Los Angeles' most famous and influential Jewish composers, including Arnold Schoenberg’s unique setting of Kol Nidrei, Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s Passover Psalm and Eric Zeisl’s Spruchkantate. The final work of the concert is Gustav Mahler’s monumental Symphony No. 1 in D Major.
Michele Rice, soprano
Michael Dean, speaker
UCLA Chamber Chorus
James Bass, conductor
Schoenberg: Kol Nidre for speaker, mixed chorus and orchestra, Op. 39 (1938)
Korngold: Passover Psalm (Hymn to Hebrew prayers from the Haggadah) for soprano, mixed chorus and orchestra, Op. 30 (1941)
Zeisl: Three movements from Spruchkantate ("Cantata of Verses") for chorus and chamber orchestra (1935)
Mahler: Symphony No. 1 in D major
Presenter / Producer: UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
Music > Choral/Choirs
Music > Classical
Music > Recitals - Instrumental
Event Phone: 310-825-4761
10745 Dickson Ct
Los Angeles CA 90095
LA - Hollywood / Westside
Performance Dates: 3/1/2020
Like most of UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music’s programs, this event is FREE! Let us know you’ll be coming by RSVP. Seating is first-come, first-seated. Early arrival recommended. RSVPs do not guarantee entry.
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