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A Place to Call Home
Edward Barnes
Edward Barnes
Charles Otte, Stage Driector; Edward Barnes, Music Director; Kimi Okada, Choreographer;
Wonjung Kimm, Greg Fedderly, Richard Bernstein, Stephanie Vlahos, Chorus: Students from Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, CA
March 02, 1992
Los Angeles Opera
The work tells the story of four immigrants (Latin-American, Asian, Middle Eastern, and Native American) who struggle to find a place in a multiethnic, large city. They each find their own resolutions to their problems.
Contact Llewellyn Crain, Director of Education and Community Programs, for press information; phone: 213-972-7219; fax: 213-687-3490
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pf, syn, perc
Musical theater influences; accessible; tonal
MMB Music, Inc.
Schedule of Performances Listings
A Place to Call Home (Barnes)
Friday, October 09, 1992 - Los Angeles Opera

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