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Analyze This: Mahler and Freud

BSO Music Director Marin Alsop alongside writer and stage director Didi Balle co-create the symphonic play that reenacts the 1910 meeting between the prolific composer Gustav Mahler and world-renowned psychiatrist Dr. Sigmund Freud. Richard Pilcher (Gustav Mahler), Tony Tsendeas (Sigmund Freud), and Kristina Lewis (Alma Mahler) are the performers.


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Venue: Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Address: 1212 Cathedral St.
Phone: (410) 783-8000
Price: $28-$88

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Marin Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra imagine what an encounter between Mahler and Freud might have been like in this collaboration between Alsop, the BSO, and writer/director/editor Didi Balle, the same creative team behind 2008's CSI: Beethoven. Analyze This combines narrative theater with music for a multimedia examination of Mahler's life and music, and the relationship between the two.




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