Triple Threat Dmitry Sinkovsky
Saturday at 8:00PM
Very few conductors are known for their playing and conducting careers running simultaneously (Itzhak Perlman, Leonard Bernstein). However, showing three separate talents in one evening? Dmitry Sinkovsky is going to show us how it's done, conducting the orchestra while playing Vivaldi's Violin Concerto, Il favorito, and then using his amazing countertenor voice to duet with Atlanta-based Georgia Jarman, a veteran soprano of the international stage.
Moving deftly from conducting and playing the Vivaldi to singing some of the best duets in the operatic repertoire to conducting Mozart's majestic "Jupiter" Symphony, the weekend's concerts are sure to be an experience for the eyes and the ears.
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