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Saturday October 22 2022 at 4:00 PM

× Roméo & Juliette: Berlioz & Shakespeare (Registration for Online Viewing)
Saturday, October 22 | 4 pm


You will receive a viewing link by email on the day of the performance. The performance will remain online to watch for thirty (30) days following the performance. Registration for these virtual opportunities is free, with an option to pay what you wish (select the option in the drop-down) for our 2022.2023 season. As we work to make these streams accessible to all, we invite you to give what you are able.

The fiery passion and stunning tenderness of the Romeo & Juliet story come to life in one of Hector Berlioz’s most original works. Atlanta Ballet joins CCS for a dramatic rendering of the choral symphony, with new choreography by Claudia Schreier.

While some parts of Shakespeare’s play are sung, others are left to the imagination; the dancers from Atlanta Ballet help tell these parts of the story. The running time of Berlioz’s Roméo et Juliette is approximately 90 minutes; the danced portions account for 15 minutes of the program.

THE PROGRAM: Louis-Hector Berlioz: Roméo et Juliette, Op. 17

ARTISTS
Krisztina Szabó, mezzo-soprano
Patrick Kilbride, tenor 
Kevin Deas, bass-baritone 
The Atlanta Ballet 
Claudia Schreier, choreographer 
The Cathedral Choral Society Orchestra 
Steven Fox, conductor

Venue

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3101 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington DC 20016

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Performance Notes

Recorded Live Saturday, October 22, 2022 | 4:00 pm EST

You will receive a viewing link by email on the day of the performance. The performance will remain online to watch for thirty (30) days following the live performance.

The fiery passion and stunning tenderness of the Romeo & Juliet story come to life in one of Hector Berlioz’s most original works. Atlanta Ballet joins CCS for a dramatic rendering of the choral symphony, with new choreography by Claudia Schreier. While some parts of Shakespeare’s play are sung, others are left to the imagination; the dancers from Atlanta Ballet help tell these parts of the story.