Back to Nature with River Legacy!
April 27 @ 8:00 pm
Although we perform at the Holt Hickman Center this night, we celebrate that on April 20, we performed for the fist time at the River Legacy Living Science Center, our new location in Arlington, to pair with the Hickman Center in Ft. Worth. Notice the Arlington location concert is first in this pair of Arlington/Ft. Worth concerts. For both concerts, we will perform the beautiful and descriptive music of Ralph Vaughn Williams, his “Lark Ascending.” Also included music of J. S. Bach. Christoph Wolff wrote in his book about Bach: “For Bach, art lay between the reality of the world – nature – and God, who ordered this reality.” We will perform his energetic Violin concerto in A, as well as the ever-popular Brandenburg Concerto #3, which was made popular by movies and a BMW auto commercial. Our fabulous singers, tenor Sergio Cepeda and soprano Youna Hartgraves, will sing their favorite songs and arias from composers across the world, from Puccini to Debussy.
Concert performers: Pianist Heejung Kang, violinists Tim Angel and LeeAnne Chenoweth, cellist Drew Johnson, tenor Sergio Cepeda, and soprano Youna Hartgraves. (Hickman Center only, post-concert pianist Erik Barnes.) The Hickman Center provides table seating for 2 or up to 12. Reservations are needed early for larger groups, as we cannot guarantee we can fit late ticket buyers into previously reserved groups. Complementary wine/soft drinks/snacks. Although BYOB is allowed at the Hickman, bottles must be left with the bartender for pouring.
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