Greensboro Symphony Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Conductor presents Divine Chemistry

Featuring Franz Joseph Haydn’s The Creation

With guest artists
Andrew Bidlack (tenor), Brittany Robinson (soprano),

and Eric Downs (bass-baritone)

(GREENSBORO, NC)—Join Dmitry Sitkovetsky and the Greensboro Symphony as they synthesize Franz Joseph Haydn’s beloved oratorio, The Creation! The performances will be held on February 26 at 7:30p.m. in Aycock Auditorium, and February 28 at 8:00p.m. in Dana Auditorium.

Divine Chemistry will feature tenor Andrew Bidlack, soprano Brittany Robinson, and bass-baritone Eric Downs as soloists, all of whom are rising stars in the classical world. The performance will also feature a much-anticipated collaboration with Bel Canto, the Triad’s premier professional chorus.

            As a continuation of the Masterworks theme of Breaking Bad, Divine Chemistry focuses on Walter White’s transformation from teacher to dealer as he sought to synthesize the most pure product in the world. Through this concert, we experience another act of perfect synthesis: the original act of Divine Chemistry through Haydn’s famous work!

Who:   Andrew Bidlack, Brittany Robinson, and Eric Downs
The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra
Bel Canto Company
Dmitry Sitkovetsky, conductor

What: Tanger Outlets Masterworks Series—Divine Chemistry:
The Creation, Franz Joseph Haydn 

When:February 26, 2015 at 7:30p.m.
            February 28, 2015 at 8:00p.m.

Where: Aycock Auditorium              Dana Auditorium       
  408 Tate Street                                  5800 W. Friendly Ave
  Greensboro, NC 27403                     Greensboro, NC 27410

Price: $46, $40, $34, Students $6

About GSO 2014-2015 Season

In its 2014-2015 Masterworks series, Greensboro Symphony (GSO) explores themes of musical chemistry related to the award-winning TV show, Breaking Bad! The POPS series continues to show the full diversity of the GSO by pulling from country, classic rock and Broadway genres. Through its Chamber series, the GSO gives audiences a more intimate concert experience with the artists as they perform piano and string chamber works. The GSO also continues its Keep Kids in Tune educational programming, which serves over 50,000 children throughout the Piedmont Triad."

- A Press Release

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