Mahler’s “Resurrection” at the National Center for the Performing Arts

The Philharmonia, Central Conservatory Orchestra and Chorus, soloists Heather Buck and Mary Phillips, and Maestro Yongyan Hu perform Mahlers Second Symphony in Beijings National Center for the Performinga Arts

The Philharmonia, Central Conservatory Orchestra and Chorus, soloists Heather Buck and Mary Phillips, and Maestro Yongyan Hu perform Mahler's Second Symphony in Beijing's National Center for the Performing Arts

The historic concert featuring the collaboration between the Yale School of Music and Beijing’s Central Conservatory took place on the evening of Thursday, July 24, in the spectacular National Center for the Performing Arts. The concert was the largest event and the high point of the Musicathlon, which had begun two weeks before.

Earlier in the day, Maestro Hu rehearsed the orchestra in the Concert Hall of the National Center

Earlier in the day, Maestro Hu rehearsed the orchestra in the Concert Hall of the National Center

Yongyan Hu is flanked by the vocal soloists Mary Phillips, mezzo, and Heather Buck, soprano

At the concert: Yongyan Hu is flanked by the vocal soloists Mary Phillips, mezzo, and Heather Buck, soprano

The CCOM chorus

The CCOM chorus

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