Seven Deadly Sins

Starring Storm Large
Performance Pavilion - Morven Museum & Garden
$20 - $120; Youth 5-17 half price

Multifaceted artist Storm Large portrays the role of two Annas–one, a sensible singer and the other, a passionate dancer–in Kurt Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins. Vocal quartet Hudson Shad serves as the chorus. Rodion Shchedrin’s Carmen Suite for orchestra completes the evening.

Due to the nature of the lyrics and adult topics, this performance is not appropriate for children under the age of 10.

“Storm Large was more than just the icing on a bittersweet cake as the tall, sinuous Anna of The Seven Deadly Sins… Svelte and dangerous, Large’s Anna I controlled their progress with natural ice and fire, every word keenly inflected without a hint of overkill […] Large’s final litany of what a girl needs to suppress to make money before Anna returns, broken, to the folk back home was spine-tingingly climactic… A perfect masterpiece, perfectly done.” – The Arts Desk

This Festival-opening concert is made possible in part by the generous sponsorship of 

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Photo: Storm Large by Laura Domela


Kurt WEILL / The Seven Deadly Sins

Rodion SHCHEDRIN / Carmen Suite 

Explore the program book (click on icon at bottom right to expand view):                                 


Storm Large, vocalist
Hudson Shad, vocal quartet
Rossen Milanov, conductor
Princeton Symphony Orchestra


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