An evening of song presented by soloists from the Nashville, Atlanta, and Chicago Opera Companies. American Prize -winning pianist, Dr. Kris Carlisle accompanies three outstanding award- winning vocal performers celebrating the works of Italian greats Verdi, Puccini, and Rossini. The exciting second half of the evening celebrates Black History Month with spirituals and art songs by such noted African-American composers as Hall Johnson and Moses Hogan.
The Ezra Due was formed in 2016 at the Glenn Gould School (Formally the Royal Conservatory of Music) in Toronto, Canada. The duo (Jacob Clewell, viola and Sasha Bult-Ito, Piano) quickly established themselves as one of the top young performing ensembles in the Toronto region. Performing throughout Canada, the United States, and Europe, they have […]Learn More
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