Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection”: UMD Symphony Orchestra and UMD Concert Choir • LIVESTREAM

Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection” • LIVESTREAM

UMD Symphony Orchestra and UMD Concert Choir
Friday, February 25, 2022 . 8PM
Photo by David Andrews
Principal People: 

David Neely, conductor
Rehanna Thelwell, mezzo-soprano
Amber Monroe, soprano

Special Announcement: 

Please note: The livestream for this event will be available to view only during the performance. The video will not be available to view after the concert.

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Estimated Length: 
This performance will last approximately 2 hours.

The UMD Symphony Orchestra celebrates its spring return with Gustav Mahler’s “Resurrection Symphony,” recognized by BBC Music Magazine as one of the greatest symphonies of all time. Mahler’s transcendent masterwork, which clocks in at over eighty minutes, grapples with the meaning of life and death while culminating in redemption. Reminiscent of a funeral march, it took Mahler a period of seven years to compose all five of the movements of this epic. The final movement and centerpiece of the symphony is a beautiful choral work that will feature the UMD Concert Choir along with soloists Rehanna Thelwell, mezzo-soprano, and Amber Monroe, soprano, who are both Cafritz Young Artists with the Washington National Opera at the Kennedy Center.

About the Ensembles:

UMD Symphony Orchestra (UMSO)
Through its committed and polished performances under the baton of David Neely, UMSO is dedicated to the power of musical communication. In its repertoire, the orchestra explores the intersection between traditional symphonic masterworks and marginalized works from various eras, with many programs featuring composers of diverse backgrounds.

UMD Choral Activities
Led by Edward Maclary, the choral ensembles have achieved international renown and offer a wide array of experiences with music encompassing all styles and eras. In addition to this season’s on campus performances, the UMD Concert Choir participates in annual collaborations with both the National Symphony Orchestra and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.