Sunday, October 27

Gewandhausorchester Leipzig

with Andris Nelsons, Leonidas Kavakos & Gautier Capuçon
About this Performer
The Gewandhausorchester made its Boston debut with conductor Kurt Masur on the Celebrity Series in 1974, and the great orchestra has been a favorite of Boston audiences ever since. The third year of a five-year alliance between the Gewndhausorchester and the Boston Symphony Orchestra brings Maestro Andris Nelsons to the podium in a program that pairs Brahms’s Double Concerto for violin and orchestra, featuring violinist Leonidas Kavakos and cellist Gautier Capuçon, with Schubert’s Great C major symphony.
About this Performer
Founded by Neil Ieremia in 1995 to create innovative dance works that reach across social, cultural and generational barriers, Black Grace draws from its founder’s Samoan and New Zealand roots. The dance is highly physical, rich in the storytelling traditions of the South Pacific and expressed with raw finesse, unique beauty and power. The spirit and energy of Black Grace are completely captivating.
October 30, October 31, November 1, November 2, November 3

Triptych (Eyes of One on Another)

Featuring: Roomful of Teeth with Alicia Hall Moran & Isaiah Robinson
About this Performer
Composer Bryce Dessner and librettist Korde Arrington Tuttle unite music, poetry, and photography to reflect on the works of Robert Mapplethorpe. Trailblazing vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth return to the Series in this theatrical production. Presented by ArtsEmerson in association with Celebrity Series.

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