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<< January 23, 2017 >>
OPERA America Member Productions
Man of La Mancha Utah Symphony | Utah Opera
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Jeryl Cunningham Fleming, Soprano, and Gary Mitchell, Jr., Collaborative Pianist
7:00PM - 8:30PM

Presented by Jeryl Cunningham-Fleming.

Come and experience the artistry of Dr. Jeryl Cunningham-Fleming, Soprano, as she sings songs from her newly released project: "Stand the Storm." Dr. Fleming will also be singing songs that are not on this volume, and she will be accompanied by Gary Mitchell, Jr., Collaborative Pianist. #soprano #singer #artists #piano #vocalist #performer #livemuseic #acoustic #artsong #spiritual #journey

For tickets, visit brownpapertickets.com.
Schubert's Winter Journey
8:00PM - 9:30PM

Presented by Brian Gilling

Baritone Joel Goodloe and pianist Brian Gilling will perform Schubert’s most iconic song cycle, Winterreise, or Winter’s Journey. This 24-song cycle is one of the darkest and most spine-chilling works Schubert ever composed. He completed the piece, setting the final poems by Wilhelm Müller, in the last year of his life as his health was rapidly fading. The work is rife with psychological distress, obsession, anger, and distortion of reality by the central figure as he makes his pilgrimage in the dead of night from the town where he leaves behind his former lover. The piece will be sung in English using Jeremy Sams’ groundbreaking new translation. This will mark the New York City premiere of the text. Gilling and Goodloe previously performed the North American premiere this translation. Estimated run time: 1 hour, 30 minutes.

This event is not ticketed.


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