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The Philadelphia Orchestra first graced our screen via simulcast in 2011. Since then, the College has collaborated with SpectiCast to present up to nine broadcasts each season. These performances underscored the College as a local venue for these and other cultural events.
$20 | Adults
$15 | Seniors (50 & older) & Staff (w/ valid DCCC ID)
$7.50 | Students (w/ valid ID) and Children (13 & under)
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Sunday, March 8, at 2 p.m.
This is an HD film screening of a previously-recorded performance by The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia in 2012.
Grammy Award winner and founding member of the Eroica Trio cellist Sara Sant'Ambrogio caps another season of distinguished soloists with a performance of Schumann's extraordinary Cello Concerto. Beethoven's spirited Symphony No. 7 blooms with enthusiasm and vivacity.
Sibelius: Kuolema (Death): Valse Triste No. 1, Op.44
Schumann: Cello Concerto in A minor, Op.129
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op.92
Duration: 107 minutes
Sunday, April 19, at 2 p.m.
Flamenco Hoy, directed by the celebrated film maestro Carlos Saura, is a spectacular showcase of flamenco with breathtaking dance, dynamic music, and soul-searing singing. Featuring 20 of Spain's most exciting artists from the new generation of flamenco, dramatic choreography by Rafael Estevez and Nani Panos, and musical direction by the electrifying pianist Chano Dominguez, this dazzling show takes the audience into the heart of flamenco today.
Duration: 90 minutes
Sunday, May 3, at 2 p.m.
presented by the English National Opera (ENO)
La traviata tells the moving story of how the beautiful but fragile courtesan Violetta is coerced into sacrificing her one hope of personal happiness for the sake of her lover’s reputation.
A tragic and resonant tale of society and morality, Verdi’s masterpiece combines compelling characters with hugely powerful, moving and instantly recognizable melodies, making it one of the most emotionally engaging and popular operas of all time. Peter Konwitschny’s celebrated production returns to ENO, cutting to the very heart of the opera’s themes of passionate love and tragic death with a modern and uncluttered staging, a running time of less than two hours, and sung completely in English.
Making her UK debut as Violetta is soprano Elizabeth Zharoff, who stars alongside ENO Harewood Artist Ben Johnson as Alfredo and acclaimed baritone Anthony Michaels-Moore as Alfredo’s father, Giorgio Germont.
Duration: 110 mins
Violetta: Elizabeth Zharoff
Alfredo: Ben Johnson
Germont: Anthony Michaels-Moore
Flora: Clare Presland
Gaston: Paul Hopwood
Baron Douphol: Matthew Hargreaves
Marquis d’Obigny: Charles Johnston
Dr Grenvil: Martin Lamb
Annina: Valerie Reid
Conductor: Roland Böer
Director: Peter Konwitschny
Previous Broadcasts at the College Include: