The Santa Fe Symphony presents the second of its popular SFS Strata series Sunday, June 26, 2022—4:00 PM with Igor Stravinsky’s magnificent L’Histoire du soldat (The Soldier’s Tale). Don’t miss this virtual exclusive with Santa Fe Symphony chamber players, narration by the acclaimed Toby Appel, and dancers from the Festival Ballet of Albuquerque. Beautifully filmed at Santa Fe's iconic Scottish Rite Temple by Hutton Broadcasting—this incredible performance is available exclusively on Santa Fe Symphony TV. Tickets are $20 per household, with 30-day access.
Full Concert Underwriter:
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Julie & Mike Dawson
Santa Fe Scottish Rite Temple
L’Histoire du soldat (The Soldier’s Tale)
I. Marche du soldat (The Soldier’s March)
II. Petits airs au bord du ruisseau (Airs by a Stream)
IV. Marche royale (The Royal March)
V. Petit concert (The Little Concert)
VI. Trois danses (Three Dances): Tango, Valse, Ragtime
VII. Danse du Diable (The Devil’s Dance)
VIII. Petit chorale (The Little Choral)
IX. Couplets du Diable (The Devil’s Song)
X. Grand choral (Great Choral)
XI. Marche triomphale du Diable (Triumphal March of the Devil)
Guillermo Figueroa, Principal Conductor
David Felberg, Concertmaster
Terry Pruitt, Principal Bass
Frank Murry, Bass
Lori Lovato, Principal Clarinet
Stefanie Przybylska, Principal Bassoon
Brynn Marchiando, Principal Trumpet
Byron Herrington, Principal Trombone
David Tolen, Principal Percussion
Toby Appel, Narrator
The moral of the story ...
You must not seek to add
To what you have, what you once had;
You have no right to share
What you are with what you were.
No one can have it all,
That is forbidden.
You must learn to choose between.
One happy thing is every happy thing:
Two, is as if they had never been.
STRATA evokes the layers of musical conversation seen in chamber music, and the diversity of venue and repertoire experienced through these concerts.
Photo Credit: Jet