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      February 1, 2020

      Saturday   7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

      736 Irving Avenue
      Syracuse, New York 13210

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      Symphoria Pops III: James Bond

      SEAN O'LOUGHLIN | conductor
      DAVID CURRY | vocalist


      Just as synonymous with James Bond as the smoking gun, Aston Martin, and a shaken not stirred martini is the stunning Bond music. From Russia with Love, Skyfall, Goldfinger, and Thunderball are just a few of the classics you will hear in this spy-themed performance with tenor David Curry and principal pops conductor Sean O'Loughlin. Other notoroius spy-themes are featured on this performance, including Mission Impossible and the Pink Panther.
      DAVID CURRY
      Tenor David Curry brings a rare combination of musicianship and stage charisma to his performances in opera and concert repertoire from the San Francisco Opera to the banks of the Seine. He has been closely associated with Paris’s Théâtre du Châtelet, where he has sung principal roles such as Tony in the 50th Anniversary production of West Side Story and Arindal in Wagner’s rarely performed first opera Die Feen with Mark Minkowski. He was further engaged by Châtelet to play Henrik in the critically acclaimed French Premier of Steven Sondheim’s A Little Night Music co-starring Leslie Caron, Greta Scacchi and Lambert Wilson and to create the role of Stathis Borens in the world premiere of Howard Shore’s The Fly, directed by David Cronenberg and conducted by Placido Domingo. He continues to be a favourite with Chatelet audiences and recent appearances there include Pirelli in Sweeney Todd, Orlando in Haydn’s Orlando Paladino, Enoch Snow in Carousel and Redmond the Soldier in Sunday in the Park with George, the Prince in John Adams’ A Flowering Tree as well as Rapunzel’s Prince in Sondheim’s Into the Woods. David also reprised his role of Pirelli in Sweeney Todd from Chatelet for San Francisco Opera, also creating the role of Pirelli for Vancouver Opera’s Sweeney Todd.

      Cost: $90 to $20, College $5, 18 & Under $0

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