Teen vocalists exhibit poise, passion for 'Carmina Burana'

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Posted: Monday, November 18, 2013 12:00 am

Given Carl Orff’s lifelong interest in music education, one can imagine him being pleased at the involvement of so many young people in Sunday afternoon’s Omaha presentation of his best-known work for adults.

In the same educational spirit, however, the controversies surrounding Orff’s 1937 choral classic “Carmina Burana” deserve mention after well-deserved praise for the latest triumph of the Omaha Symphony’s Choral Collaborative program.

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