Featuring Susan Waterfall, Jenny Matteucci, Daniel Lockert, and the Festival Chorale. One of America’s most eclectic immigrant composers is the incomparable Kurt Weill, with an array of music ranging from classical to Broadway. Join the Mattlock Duo (Jenny Matteucci and Daniel Lockert), and the Festival Chorale, as they explore the breadth of Weill’s works, tracing his journey from the Weimar Republic, through his Paris years, and finally to his Broadway successes. The concert promises a glimpse into Weill’s diverse style, with selections ranging from German art songs, to French cabaret, to liturgical music.
For 2021, the Festival is temporarily transplanted to a new indoor venue, the beautiful 1938 Cotton Auditorium in nearby Fort Bragg. One-hour concerts, no intermission, distanced, limited capacity, proof of vaccination required, masks required. Sell-outs are expected due to limited capacity.
Seats arranged in pairs must be purchased in pairs. Orders containing one of a pair of seats may be cancelled.
For the safety of our patrons, it is the Festival’s choice to maintain distanced seating. Allowing paired seats to be purchased individually would disrupt this aspect of our safety plan, which, for many patrons, is the basis of their decision to attend in 2021. To learn more, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
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