Coriolan Overture, Op. 62
Sound and Fury
Franz Joseph Haydn
Symphony No. 60 in C major, “Il Distratto”
Elizabeth M. Cullity Chair
Acting Associate Concertmaster
Barbara K. Warner Chair
Jae Sung Lee
Irene M. Siberell Chair
Wells Fargo Bank Chair
Barnes and Thornburg, LLP Chair
Dorothy and Herbert A. Schiller, M.D. Chair
Peg and Robert O. Laven Chair
South Bend Symphony Orchestra League Chair
Leo J. McKernan Chair
Cushwa Family Chair
Dr. and Mrs. James M. Wilson Chair
Jason E. Kramer
Shirley and Joseph Hennessy Chair
Linda and Bruce
Peg and Ray Larson Chair
Thank you to our generous series sponsors; Jack M. Champaigne Masterworks Series and June H. Edwards Mosaic Series.
Who is Pat? Pat is an innovative piece of equipment created by composer Anna Clyne’s husband and audio engineer, Jody Elff.
The mannequin is equipped with a 360-degree camera and a collection of microphones that provides a live, panoramic view of the hall and crisp stereo audio. Physically, Clyne is hundreds of miles from South Bend. With Pat’s help, she will be present in the Morris through the “eyes” and “ears” during dress rehearsal.
Music Director Alastair Willis grabs a selfie with Pat.
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