The Orchestra Sings: Young People's Concert
The Orchestra Sings! Melody is one of the universal elements of music and defines the music we know and love. A great melody can express ideas and emotions, help tell a story, and bring people together through song. Composers create melodies through a combination of rhythmic patterns, sweeping contours, and expressive qualities. Through the Carnegie Hall Link Up repertoire, hands-on activities, and a culminating interactive performance with a professional orchestra, we will explore what makes a melody great.
Concert lasts approximately 46 minutes.
CABANISS - Come to Play
BEETHOVEN - Ode to Joy
DVORAK - "New World" Symphony
ESMAIL - Ram Tori Maya
STRAVINSKY - Finale from The Firebird Suite
PAPOULIS - Oye
JOACHIM (arr.) - We Shall Not Be Moved