The Food of Love: Music by Rossini, Poulenc, Kim, and Yung with additional songs about food by Bernstein and Salerni including the premiere of Salerni’s cycle of songs about Korean cuisine. Featuring Yunah Lee, soprano and Kyung-Eun Na, pianoforte. Part of LUVME’s celebration: A Season of Words and Music to Commemorate the Centennial of Art Song Composer Earl Kim.
The Princeton Singers (Theodore U. Horger ’61 Artists-in-Residence) explore the kaleidoscopic world of choral sound with their pitch perfect vocal blend and consummate musicianship. Steven Sametz, artistic director.
Free Master Class | FRI SEP 20 | 8pm | Open to the public; No Tickets Req’d
The Princeton Singers and Lehigh University Choral Arts explore choral techniques for professionals and amateur singers. Steven Sametz and Sun Min Lee, directors.
Something Permanent: Music by Paul Salerni on poems by Cynthia Rylant, Dana Gioia, Mark Doty, Robert Frost, David Ferry, and Natasha Trethaway. Features two song cycles with slide journeys by Linda Ganus; The Bowers Fader Duo (Theodore U. Horger ’61 Artists-In-Residence); With soloists Jessica Bowers, mezzo-soprano; Oren Fader, guitar and special guest Domenic Salerni, violin.
From Northern Climes: Music from Iceland, Germany and other Northern countries including Paul Salerni’s setting of poems by Irish poet Seamus Heaney. Featuring (Theodore U . Horger ’61 Artists-In-Residence); Dísella Lárusdóttir, soprano and Blair McMillen, piano, with special guest, Michael Jorgensen, violin.
Choral Arts continues its celebration of 150 years of singing with one of the great choral-orchestral works of all time, Gabriel Fauré’s haunting Requiem. We also honor the centennial year of Bethlehem poet, H.D., with Steven Sametz’s setting of her Nevermore will the wind. Steven Sametz and Sun Min Lee, directors.
Works include Trooping the Colour Suite by David Diggs and Henry the Fifth Overture by Ralph Vaughan-Williams. David Diggs, director.
Lehigh University Choral Arts presents its annual Christmas gift to the community. Steven Sametz and Sun Min Lee, directors. Early arrival suggested.