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Sunday, May 21st • 3:00PM 

Bremerton Performing Arts Center
1500 13th St. Bremerton WA 98337

Overview
The Bremerton Westsound Symphony with Tess Altiveros

Prices
$10 - $30*

Length
2 hours

Program Book
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*Pricing Breakdown
$30 for adults
$10 for youth (under 18) 

Program

 

Cantaloube: Songs of the Auvergne 5th set


Poulenc: Sinfonietta movement II
 

Cantaloube: Songs of Auvergne 1st set
 

Wagner: Die Meistersinger Overture
 

Wagner: Flying Dutchman: Spinning Chorus
 

Wagner: Tannhauser: Pilgrims' Chorus
 

Wagner: Siegfried's Rhine Journey in Thalia
 

Wagner: Gotterdammerung: Final Scene

Featured Soloist
Tess Altiveros

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Noted for her “particularly soulful” interpretations (L.A. Times) and a "captivating combination of skilled singing and magnetic acting" (Pioneer Press), soprano Tess Altiveros is equally at home in a wide range of repertoire from the 17th century to the 21st.  

On the concert stage, her voice has been hailed as “darker, creamy, sensuous…sprezzatura personified” (Opera Today) and “pure gold” (Opera Magazine). Engagements have ranged from the American Prize-winning world premiere of Muehleisen’s Borders at Carnegie Hall to the critically acclaimed West Coast tour of Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo with Grammy winning conductor Stephen Stubbs.  Ms. Altiveros has been featured with the Colorado Symphony, Pacific Symphony, the Boulder Philharmonic, Portland Baroque, Early Music Vancouver, Shreveport Symphony, San Francisco Early Music Society and the Vancouver Bach Festival, to name a few. 

A native Seattleite, Ms. Altiveros has been a regular anthem singer for the Seattle Mariners for over a decade, and is proud to sing regularly for all her hometown teams, including OL Reign, Seattle Kraken, and the Seattle Sounders. 

www.tessaltiveros.com

BSA Musicians

Alan Futterman 
Music Director

Gary Dahl
Associate Conductor

This Season is Sponsored by

The A.Y. Petter
Family Donor Advised Fund

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