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Lutoslawski with Bringuier and Bergen (NO) Philharmonic Orchestra

February 6 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm CET

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Titled, “Musical Fables and Fairytales,” this concert features soprano Laura Claycomb singing Witold Lutoslawski’s whimsical “Chantefleurs et chantefables.” Maurice Ravel’s “Ma mère l’Oye” and Igor Stravinsky’s “Petrushka” (1947), featuring Jarle Rotevatn on piano, rounds out the program.  Laura returns to Bergen, where she has sung the Tsarina of Shemakha in The Golden Cockerel and Tytania in Midsummer Night’s Dream.  She joins Maestro Lionel Bringuier, with whom she has previously sung the Lutoslawski at Stockholm’s Radio Orchestra and at the Los Angeles Philharmonic.


February 6
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm CET


Bergen Philharmic Orchestra
+47 55 21 61 00


Musikkselskapet Harmonien Edvard Griegs plass 1
Bergen, N-5015 Norway
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  • I had the great pleasure to hear you sing Straus's Brentano Leider with the San Francisco Symphony. I think it was 2015.

  • Hi, Laura, Roger Roe`s uncle here. I am planning to see you at Southwestern, but since I live an hour away, cannot sta

  • How sweet that you are coming!! We already have the program made, and I don't normally put arias on an art song recital

  • Laura, We are really looking forward to hearing you again at Southwestern U. We attended an SMU Music School concert qui

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