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Carmina Burana is a cantata composed of a collection of medieval poetry. Don't miss your chance to experience the marvel of modern orchestral repertory and symphonies in this timeless performance. Buy your Carmina Burana tickets now!
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Carmina Burana Theater Tickets

Composed in the mid-1930s by Carl Orff, Carmina Burana is a cantata based on 25 works from a medieval collection of poetry. In years since it first debuted in Frankfurt, Germany, in 1937, Carmina Burana has become one of the most recognizable pieces of music in the modern orchestral repertory, with symphonies around the world performing it on a regular basis. Find out why this cantata has become such a sensation by purchasing some Carmina Burana tickets today.

The poems that give the cantata its name were written by a group of monks in the 11th and 12th centuries. They often talk of fate, expressing how fortune can lay low someone in the highest of stations and raise up someone who has been stuck in society's gutters. That seeming cruelty and inscrutability makes for one of the most impactful pieces of orchestral music in the history of the genre.

"O Fortuna," which is both the opening and closing movement of the cantata, is a powerful piece that has been used in countless movies, television shows, commercials and public events, including The Matrix Revolutions, an episode of The Simpsons and at the annual matriculation ceremony for the University of Oslo. It's a dramatic overture that evokes deep emotion with its rhythmic resonance and remarkable choir section.