The Washington Post reviews UMD Symphony Orchestra's Program, "Auferstehen."
By Anne Midgette, The Washington Post
We often hear that orchestral music’s problem in the modern world is that it lacks a visual element. And we often see attempts to address this involving video screens, animations or even the computer-generated geometric forms you can play along with your music on iTunes.
But what the University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra and choreographer Liz Lerman offered Friday night to open a program titled “Auferstehen” (“revive” or “resurrect”) blew all that out of the water.