This preview is provided by The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle.

The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle takes to the road for a special guest recital at Elon University’s McCrary Theatre on March 1. The performance, part of the Mary Duke Biddle Chamber Recital Series, begins at 7:30 p.m. Under the direction of Conductor and Artistic Director, Lorenzo Muti, The COT continues its legacy of presenting a unique repertoire that includes works rarely performed.

The program for this performance includes:

o  Arthur Honegger – Pastorale d’ete

o  Franz Joseph Haydn – Symphony no. 96 in D major “The Miracle”

o  Bedrich Smetana – “Oh how much suffering!” from the Bartered Bride

o  Antonin Dvorak – “Song to the Moon” from Rusalka (Featuring Andrea Moore, Soprano)

o  Robert Ward – Symphony no.3

For a previous review of Ms. Moore’s performance of the Smetana and Dvorak pieces with The COT, see the
November 14, 2010 CVNC review.
For a previous review of The COT’s performance of the Haydn and Ward pieces see the
January 16, 2011 CVNC review.

Admission is $12 and tickets may be purchased at the performance or in advance through the Elon University Box Office at (336) 278-5610, Monday – Friday between 12:30 p.m. and 5 p.m.