Sunday, May 9, 2010
Mark Stone at Carnegie Hall
We love promoting American composers on this site and were thrilled that Jake Heggie's "Moby Dick" at Dallas Opera has received universal critical acclaim. We're still hoping a John Adams opera will make the site someday, as he is one of the true American masters. We've featured posts on operas and vocal music from Mark Adamo, Ricky Ian Gordon, Leonard Bernstein, Tobias Picker, Lerner & Loewe, Carlisle Floyd, Glen Roven and Andre Previn.
So we were thrilled to learn that the May 19 concert at Carnegie Hall singing the music of 4-time Emmy Award winning composer Glen Roven is almost completely sold out. We hear that there are only a handful of tickets, so click HERE to order.
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One of the pieces on the recital is a setting of Michael Tolliver's coming out letter to his mother from the (More?) Tales of the City book by Armistead Maupin.ReplyDelete
We had a preview of Mark singing Glen's music in Philadelphia: thrilling and unforgettable experience. Mark, BTW, is finishing a run as Germont, after competing in a more literal run, on May 2, the Broad Street Run:ReplyDelete
Watch Mark in an NBC-10 "Arts Around Town" Piece with Lori Wilson!