Haunted Topography, Heavenly Life

  • Atlas Performing Arts 1333 H St NE Washington, DC, 20002 United States
Guest soloist, Jennifer Casey Cabot.

Guest soloist, Jennifer Casey Cabot.

The two works on the program are united through their touching meditations on life and death, heaven and healing. We open with David T. Little, an accomplished contemporary composer called by The New Yorker ‘one of the most imaginative young composers’ on the scene. His piece haunted topography (2011/13) is inspired by the story of a mother who was still haunted by the loss of her son in Vietnam decades after his death. She longed to see a map of the place where her boy had died, and when she was shown one by Moe Armstrong of Vet2Vet she was finally able to begin to heal. Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 was completed in 1900 and includes the touching song ‘Das himmlische Leben” (Heavenly Life), which reflects a child’s view of heaven. We look forward to collaborating with our guest soloist, soprano, Jennifer Casey Cabot, on this performance. 

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Haunted Topography, Heavenly Life is a Capital City Symphony Main Season Event.