Concert Detail

Alexander's Feast

April 16, 2016, 02:00 PM
Grant Gershon, Conductor
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Alexander's Feast George Frideric Handel
Trevore Ross , Stage Director
Christina Bristow , Soprano
Claire Fedoruk , Soprano
Elissa Johnston , Soprano
Beth Peregrine , Soprano
Anna Schubert , Soprano
Adriana Manfredi , Mezzo Soprano
Nike St. Clair , Mezzo Soprano
Jon Lee Keenan , Tenor
Michael Lichtenauer , Tenor
Arnold Livingston Geis , Tenor
Todd Strange , Tenor
David Castillo , Baritone
Reid Bruton , Bass
Steve Pence , Bass/Baritone
Azra King-Abadi , Lighting Design
Namhee Han , Organ
JoAnn Turovsky , Harp

Track Name Listen
Overture 20160416-01.mp3
Happy, happy, happy pair! 20160416-02.mp3
Concerto for Harp 20160416-03.mp3
The song began from Jove 20160416-04.mp3
The list'ning crowd 20160416-05.mp3
With ravish'd ears the monarch hears 20160416-06.mp3
Bacchus, ever fair and young 20160416-07.mp3
He chose a mournful muse 20160416-08.mp3
He sung Darius, great and good 20160416-09.mp3
Behold Darius great and good 20160416-10.mp3
Softly sweet in Lydian measures 20160416-11.mp3
War, he sung, is toil and trouble 20160416-12.mp3
The many rend the skies 20160416-13.mp3
The Prince, unable to conceal his pain 20160416-14.mp3
Now strike the golden lyre again! 20160416-15.mp3
Revenge, Timotheus cries 20160416-16.mp3
Give the vengeance due to the valiant crew 20160416-17.mp3
The princes applaud with a furios joy 20160416-18.mp3
Thais led the way 20160416-19.mp3
Thus, long ago, ere heaving Bellows learn'd to blow 20160416-20.mp3
Let's imitate her notes above 20160416-21.mp3
Let old Timotheus yield the prize 20160416-22.mp3
Concerto for Organ 20160416-23.mp3
Your voices tune 20160416-24.mp3
Date Review Media Reviewer
LOS ANGELES - After capturing the Persian city of Persepolis and defeating King Darius III in 330 BCE, Alexander the Great (356-323 BCE) holds a banqu Read More
People's World Eric A. Gordon
On April 16th the Grammy-nominated Los Angles Measter Chorale led by Artistic Director Grant Gershon who also serves as the Resident Conductor of the Read More
LA Entertainment News Jeremy Bamidele
The Los Angeles Master Chorale has gone looking for Handel. The composer of "The Messiah" is, of course, in plain sight every Christmas and Read More
Los Angeles Times Mark Swed
“Alexander’s Feast” (premiered 1736, revised 1751) was one of three most popular works during Handel’s lifetime (the other two being “Messiah” and “Ac Read More
Classical Voice Truman C. Wang
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