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Sorcerer’s Apprentice is a well known poem written by Goethe in 1747. Since then, its fame has travelled through decades and the poem has been adapted into a number of puppet stage shows, movies, novels, video games and television series. It is now being performed by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and the internationally acclaimed jazz pianist Michael Camilo will be bringing it to the live stage. The event is all set to be conducted in the ‘Steel City’, Pittsburgh and Sorcerer's Apprentice tickets are available at discounted rates.
Sorcerer’s Apprentice takes the audiences to a world of magic and tells the story of an apprentice who uses spells that he has not yet learned to control. Billboard appreciates Camilo for his talent in words, ‘His pianism is remarkable. Not only where technique is concerned but moreover, for the range and beauty of his sound. The moods he conveys cannot be achieved without the control of his instrument at the most intimate level’. Other than this the newspaper Boston Globe has also appreciated the artist for having a classical feel in his melodies. His thunderous chords and phenomenal control of dynamics make his performances worthy of standing ovations.
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice begins by introducing the master sorcerer and his apprentice. The old sorcerer leaves the workshop to the apprentice along with the guidelines for performing some household chores. One of the tasks is to fetch water with the bucket. The apprentice looks for an easy way out and decides to make use of the magic that he has learnt. He gets the broom to work for him. To accelerate the process, he cuts it into two halves and they become new brooms. This splitting increases the speed of the brooms and the room is filled with water. Since the apprentice is new to casting spells, he does not know how to undo the magic. The confusion, fear of his master and the magic keeps the interest of the audiences intact in the story.
Apart from the interesting story, another attraction of the show is that Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO) will also be performing. PSO has a reputation to provide an amazing musical experience and is the first American orchestra to perform for the pope at the Vatican. Currently the orchestra is led by the experienced and talented Austrian conductor Manfred Honeck, who has signed a contract to remain with PSO till 2020.
The performance is scheduled at the Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts located at Pennsylvania. Opened in 1927, it has been decades since the venue has been hosting notable events like concerts of James Taylor, Dixie Chicks and Bruce Springsteen. Heinz Hall conducts a total of 200 performances every year and entertains approximately 2700 people from around the country.
This year the residents of steel city will enjoy visiting the world of spells with the exceptionally entertaining Sorcerers’ Apprentice. The orchestra will not only treat the audiences with great music but also amazing theatrics. The cast and crew are ready to stun the audiences with their talent. Sorcerer's Apprentice tickets are up for grabs. Hurry and get hold of them before they are all sold out.
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