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About This Concert
South African soprano Goitsemang Lehobye joins the Minnesota Chorale for a moving program that includes Sibelius’ atmospheric tone poem and Vaughan Williams’ lush cantata.
The Swan of Tuonela / 10 min
Cello Concerto [U.S. Premiere] / 25 min
INTERMISSION / 20 min
Dona Nobis Pacem / 40 min
- Minnesota Orchestra
- Osmo Vänskä, conductor
- Alban Gerhardt, cello
- Marni J. Hougham, English horn
- Goitsemang Lehobye, soprano
- Dashon Burton, baritone
- Minnesota Chorale
- Singers from 29:11
- Gauteng Choristers
- Soprano Goitsemang Lehobye, bass-baritone Dashon Burton, the Minnesota Chorale, the Gauteng Choristers and singers from 29:11 join the Orchestra for Ralph Vaughan Williams' lush, enchanting cantata, Dona Nobis Pacem.
- Soprano Goitsemang Lehobye joined the Minnesota Orchestra for Sommerfest and a groundbreaking tour to South Africa in 2018, performing as a soloist in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and in the world premiere of Bongani Ndodana-Breen’s Harmonia Ubuntu. She is featured again as a soloist in the Orchestra’s Música Juntos Sommerfest series in 2019.
- The Chicago Tribune hails composer Brett Dean as “...a voice of fertile imagination, originality and expressive subtlety.”
- Dean’s Cello Concerto, which will receive its U.S. premiere at these concerts, was co-commissioned by the Minnesota Orchestra.
- The late-Romantic and early modernist composer Sibelius was so beloved by his native Finland that his face appeared on the 100-mark banknote until Finland adopted the Euro in 2002.
All seating subject to availability and may vary by performance. Available while supplies last and may not be combined with any other offer. Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. Top-priced seating sections not eligible.