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Sat mar 1
2014
7:30 pm

Histoire du Soldat

where:
The George R. White Studio at Pittsburgh Opera
2425 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222

With:

Attack Theatre

Daniel Meyer, conductor (March 1 performance only)
Greta Mutlu, violin
Charles Ermer, bass
Leonel Marulan, clarinet
Natalie Zemba, bassoon
Samantha Rappolt, trumpet
Shaun Cagney, trombone
Colin Pinto-Martin, percussion

Reservations Required:

Reserve your Seats 
or call 1.888.71.TICKETS (1-888-718-4253)

$35 Suggested Donation
All proceeds benefit the programs of Attack Theatre

Details:

An evening of collaborations where a dance with the devil, a baroque breakdown, and world-class musicians combine for an unforgettable dance experience. Back by popular demand, Attack Theatre presents Stravinsky’s timeless tale of greed and temptation, The Soldier’s Tale. This piece features musicians from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (February 23-27) and Carnegie Mellon University School of Music with conductor Daniel Meyer (March 1).

Chatham Baroque joins Attack Theatre dancers for a compelling new duet, A Tiny Droplet of a Portrait, featuring an original score by composer Dave Eggar.