With featured soloists Von Bringhurst, soprano; Yakov Zamir, alto; Elijah Hopkin, tenor; James Dargan, bass; and Sarah Hager, organ. The audience is invited to sing the choruses along with the soloists. There will be an intermission with food and drink after Part One; after which the audience is invited to continue to sing Parts Two and Three.
JP Concerts presents A Christmas Celebration for the Community
Featured performers Erin Holmes, Soprano; D’Anna Fortunato, Mezzo-soprano; Michael Calmès, Tenor; Philip Lima, Baritone; Carl Wrubel, Baritone; William Merrill, Piano. The artists, all JP residents, are locally, nationally, and internationally renowned. They have prepared a program spanning centuries of beautiful and beloved Christmas music from around the world. There will also be an audience sing-along of favorite carols.
This week on Inquiry we talk with MADELINE MILLER. Ms Miller teaches Latin and Ancient Greek and has studied at the Yale School of Drama, specializing in adapting classical tales for modern audiences. Her first novel is THE SONG OF ACHILLES, a dramatic and complex retelling of the story of Achilles and the Trojan War through the eyes of Achilles' romantic interest, Patroclus. Tune in and learn about how Madeline Miller fleshed out the ancient characters of Achilles, Patroclus, Agamemnon and re-imagined the gods to create this engaging and thrilling novel.
The Meta-Beat: a varied & jazzified tribute to the music of The Beatles
Mark Shilansky says:
I call the Beatles band "The Meta-Beat," because we play "meta" versions of Beatles tunes... jazzified, or combined into interesting medleys and mashups, or tunes that the Beatles wrote with other people. http://www.markshilansky.com
Mark Shilansky- keys, vox
David Thorne Scott - voice/keys
Eric Byers - guitars, vox
Marty Ballou - bass
Les Harris Jr - drums, vox
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