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The chamber orchestra, composed of members of the fabled Mariinsky Orchestra, will perform music by Edvard Grieg, Richard Strauss, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
On Saturday the Russian artist sang in the original keys – that is, without evident transpositions – and his bright, reedy tenor sailed sweetly and without strain over Bicket’s chamber orchestra, which was playing at modern pitch.
The production, directed sensitively by Diane Paulus, is essentially the same as the one in Boston and has retained the excellent chamber orchestra A Far Cry and the four principals in the superb cast.
Other highlights of Jubilee Days included an ice cream social, the crowning of city's Miss, Jr. Miss and Little Miss winners, arts and crafts, a chamber orchestra show and a fireworks display Sunday night.
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CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chamber orchestra for English Language Learners
: a small group of musicians who play classical music together
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