Detroit Symphony Performs Weill, Rachmaninoff and Ravel

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In the first of two performances at the Spring for Music festival, the Detroit Symphony presents Kurt Weill’s Seven Deadly Sins, a "sung ballet," which stars the flamboyant rock-cabaret diva Storm Large.

Conductor Leonard Slatkin also leads the ensemble in two symphonic poems by Rachmaninoff: the Caprice bohémien, Op. 12 and The Isle of the Dead. The night concludes with Ravel's dizzying La valse. This is the Detroit Symphony's first Carnegie Hall appearance since 1994.

Below is the archive of our live chat and Twitter conversation (hashtag #s4m). The chat was co-hosted with our colleagues at NPR Music and WDET in Detroit.

Our special chat guest is Dave Wagner, host at WRCJ in Detroit.

Program Details:

Rachmaninoff: Caprice bohémien, Op. 12
Rachmaninoff: The Isle of the Dead
Kurt Weill: Seven Deadly Sins
— Storm Large, soprano
— Jorge Garza, tenor
— Carl Moe, tenor
— Anton Belov, baritone
— Richard Zeller, baritone
Maurice Ravel: La valse

In the below video, Storm Large talks about singing at Carnegie Hall: