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April 20, 2005 at the Carnegie Hall

The Collegiate Chorale – Shakespeare and Verdi
Robert Bass, Music Director
(All Carnegie Hall concerts are conducted by Music Director Robert Bass and feature The Orchestra of St. Luke’s.)

April 20, 2005, Wednesday at 8:00pm
Carnegie Hall, New York City
Pre-concert lecture: An Interview with Renata Scotto, 7:00pm

Heidi Grant Murphy, soprano
Kallen Esperian, soprano
Mark Delavan, baritone
Lando Bartolini, tenor
Rodell Aure Rosel, tenor

Richard Easton, actor
Dana Ivey, actor
Roger Rees, actor

Written and conceived by Maestro Bass and newly-appointed Artistic Associate Roger Rees. Performances of Shakespearean source material followed by Verdi’s musical response with stars of both opera and theatre. This concert will feature Act I of Verdi’s Otello; “The Witches’ Chorus,” “Lady Macbeth’s Drinking Song,” and Act I Finale from Macbeth; and, Act III Finale of Falstaff. In honor of April 23, Shakespeare’s birthday.

Ticket prices range between $15 and $85. Please call 917-322-2140 to purchase your tickets today.

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