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Cathy Summa-Wolfe, Director
Communications & Community Relations

Marin Oratorio Presents The Creation

The Seasons by Franz Josef Haydn

The Creation by Franz Josef Haydn
Boyd Jarrell, director

This is a Creation that may be embraced by all who love the natural world. With an Age of Enlightenment text drawn from the King James Bible and John Milton’s Paradise Lost, Haydn infuses his epic oratorio with spectacular orchestral and choral depictions of howling winds, slashing lightening, the moon’s silvery shimmer, and the sun’s majestic radiance. From the chaos of the formless void, to the profusion of birds, fish, and animals, and finally Adam and Eve’s rhapsodic bliss, Haydn celebrates the mystery of creation with grace, delight, and wide-eyed wonder. MARIN ORATORIO will be joined by guest vocal soloists Christa Pfeiffer, Brian Thorsett, and Jeffrey Fields.

Saturday, May 19, 8 pm
Sunday, May 20, 3 pm

College of Marin Performing Arts Theatre
835 College Ave, Kentfield, CA

Donation suggested: $20 general, $15 students, staff, seniors, and alumni
Call the College of Marin Box Office at 415.485.9687 for tickets.

Parking Information
Due to construction at College of Marin parking availability is reduced. On weekends concertgoers may use Parking Lot 16 (at the corner of Sir Francis Drake Blvd. and Laurel Ave.), or Parking Lot 3, Circle Drive along Sir Francis Drake Blvd., and Parking Lot 2 (across Sir Francis Drake Blvd., accessed via traffic signaled crosswalk.) Additional parking across campus can be accessed via College Ave. On weekdays and Monday through Thursday evenings, please park in STUDENT parking only. Daily parking passes may be purchased from the machine in Parking Lot 2 for $3. Parking for events on Friday evenings, Saturdays, and Sundays is FREE.

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