Mel Bonis Femmes de légende, Three Pieces for Orchestra
Chausson Poème de l’amour et de la mer
Ravel Une barque sur l’océan
Debussy La mer
Thomas Søndergård, Conductor
Catriona Morison, Mezzo-soprano
Cleopatra, the fabled queen. Salomé, the temptress. Ophelia: Shakespeare’s gentle, lovelorn heroine. Tonight, Scotland’s international award-winning mezzo Catriona Morison becomes each of them in turn, in a fantastical lost masterpiece by the 19th century French composer Mel Bonis. And that’s just the start of it: Thomas Søndergård unleashes floodtides of passion in an all-French evening inspired by the sea. When Chausson, Ravel and Debussy gazed at the waves, they each saw a different kind of beauty: let them sweep you away tonight.
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