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Rod Gilfry with the Norfolk Chamber Consort

F. Ludwig Diehn Concert Series
Chandler Recital Hall, Diehn Center
Monday, Mar 16, 2020 at 7:30 PM (ET)

Pre-concert discussion by Andrey Kasparov, 7:15 p.m.

American baritone Rod Gilfry, two-time Grammy award nominee, singer and actor, has performed in all the world's music capitals. His most recent Grammy award nomination was for his performance in the title role of Messiaen's monumental opera Saint François d'Assise in Amsterdam. Best-known as an opera singer, he is also an acclaimed recitalist and concert artist, and appears frequently in musical theater classics. His discography of 28 audio and video recordings includes the DVD and CD of his one-man show My Heart is So Full of You. His radio program, Opera Notes on Air, aired on K-Mozart 105.1 FM in Los Angeles for over three years. With a 77-role repertoire, Mr. Gilfry sings music from the Baroque to that composed expressly for him. He was brought to worldwide attention when he created the role of Stanley Kowalski in the 1998 premiere of André Previn's A Streetcar Named Desire at the San Francisco Opera, opposite Renée Fleming. 

Other world premieres include Nicholas in Deborah Drattel's Nicholas and Alexandra (Los Angeles, opposite Placido Domingo); Nathan in Nicholas Maw's Sophie's Choice (London, Washington D.C.); Jack London in Libby Larsen's Every Man Jack (Sonoma, CA); Edward Gaines in Richard Danielpour's Margaret Garner (Detroit, Cincinnati, Philadelphia), the title role in Marc-André Dalbavie's Gesualdo (Zurich), and Master Chen in Christian Jost's Die Rote Laterne (Zurich). Most recently, he originated the role of Walt Whitman in Matthew Aucoin’s Crossing in Boston, Claudius in Brett Dean’s Hamlet with Glyndebourne Festival, Mr. Potter in Jake Heggie’s It’s a Wonderful Life in Houston, and David Lang’s the loser in New York City.

Continuing nearly a decade of highly successful collaborations, the Norfolk Chamber Consort co-presents this project with the Diehn Concert Series:


"Prince Igor and Poulenc"

Deux Poèmes de Paul Verlaine, Op. 9 (1910), Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)

Un grand sommeil noir
La lune blanche

Rapsodie nègre (1917), Francis Poulenc (1899-1963)


Prelude
Ronde
Honoloulou
Pastorale
Final

Le travail du peintre (1956), Francis Poulenc


Pablo Picasso
Marc Chagall
Georges Braques
Jacques Villon
Paul Klee

Serenade in A for piano (1925), Igor Stravinsky


Romanza
Rondoletto

Le Bestiaire ou le Cortège d'Orphée (1919) Francis Poulenc


La Dromadaire
La Chêvre du Thibet
La Sauterelle
Le Dauphin
L’Ecrevisse
La Carpe

Hyorim Kim, flute
Timothy Martin, clarinet
David Savige, bassoon
Paul Kim, violin
Gretchen Loyola, violin
Anastasia Migliozzi, viola
Trinity Green, cello
Brian Diller, conductor

Intermission

Con queste paroline from Pulcinella (1920), Igor Stravinsky
I burn! I freeze! from Rake’s Progress (1951)
Come, master, observe the host of mankind from Rake’s Progress


Chansons Gaillardes (1925-1926), Francis Poulenc


La Maîtresse volage
Chanson à boire
Madrigal
Invocation aux Parques
Couplets bachiques

Five Easy Pieces (1917), Igor Stravinsky


Andante
Española
Balalaika
Napolitana
Galop

Invencia Piano Duo

Le Bal Masqué: Cantate Profane sur des Poèmes de Max Jacob (1932), Francis Poulenc Arr. Andrey Kasparov for baritone, piano duo and percussion (2020)*


Préambule et Air de Bravoure
Intermède
Malvina
Bagatelle
La Dame Aveugle
Finale

Invencia Piano Duo
David Walker, percussion

*World premiere

Free parking is available in Garage E, 49th Street and Bluestone Avenue, and in the circular lot between the F. Ludwig Diehn Center for the Performing Arts and Webb University Center. 

Rod Gilfry

Andrey Kasparov and Oksana Lutsyshyn, artistic co-directors of the Norfolk Chamber Consort

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