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CCCO: Haydn the Pirate

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Sun. October 20th, 2019 | 3 PM
Pilgrim Congregational Church, Harwich Port

Join the CCCO in a program featuring the life and story of "Black Sam" Bellamy, who after becoming one of the richest pirates in history, goes down with his crew in 1717 aboard the Whydah during a violent storm off the coast of Wellfleet. Composer-in-Residence Cody Forrest joins us for his first commission of the season depicting this harrowing story.

Our famous fugitive will be met by the Military Symphony of Haydn, a work complete with a handful of percussion, trumpet calls, and absolute joy. The CCCO will also perform Sibelius' reaction to Belshazzar's Feast, and a selection of music from Jean-Philippe Rameau's ballet and opera works.

PROGRAM:
SIBELIUS Belshazzar's Feast
RAMEAU Selections from Ballet and Opera
CODY FORREST "Black Sam" Bellamy Commission
HAYDN Symphony No. 100 "Military"

Earlier Event: September 29
CCCO: Cape Legends & Lore
Later Event: December 15
CCCO: A Mostly English Holiday