Carmina Burana’s conductor Marc Taddei share some thoughts about his life and also about the concert with us in September
Carmina Burana – it is one of those works that is as exciting to play as it is to listen to. Audiences come out of the woodwork to enjoy the extravagance and excitement of the work. I love the fact that this work demands a sense of collaboration between vast numbers of musicians – in fact, performing this work seems to
unite communities, as our performance will be uniting four local choirs, including two children’s choirs! Add the huge forces required from the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra, and three tremendous soloists (Natasha Wilson, Henry Choo and James Clayton), and we have the recipe for a most memorable evening!