Shakespeare Concert to Benefit OpporTUNEity

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Hath Not a Jew Eyes? An encore performance of the Boston premiere by The Shakespeare Concerts, with special guest Miroslav Sekera, the world renowned Czech pianist, who will play Smetana’s Macbeth piano solo. Shakespeare Concert PosterThis special Worcester only performance will feature a large roster of perennial performers including:
Andrea Chenoweth, soprano
Thea Lobo, mezzo-soprano
Ethan Bremner, tenor
Andy Papas, baritone
Pascal Delache-Feldman, double bass
The Ulysses Quartet Tim Ribchester will be music directing, and the program includes works by Robert Schumann, Franz Schubert, Tom Schnauber, Howard Frazin, Adolphus Hailstork, Francis Poulenc, Gerald Finzi, Geoffrey Bush, Roger Quilter, and Joseph Summer. In partnership with The Shakespeare Concerts, this is a benefit performance that will support OpporTUNEity Music Connections™, a program at Anna Maria College. Founded in 2014 by Dr. Melissa Martiros, OpporTUNEity leverages higher education resources, to raise academic and behavioral outcomes for children in our most impoverished communities by providing enriching musical opportunities. All proceeds from this benefit will further the important work that OpporTUNEity does within the City of Worcester. As a result of strategic partnerships with Worcester Public Schools and Worcester Housing Authority, OpporTUNEity engages undergraduate students majoring in Music Therapy and Music Education through internships with children from Worcester’s own Lincoln Street Elementary School. Join the Shakespeare Concerts on April 6th at 2:00 p.m.
Tuckerman Hall
10 Tuckerman St, Worcester, MA 01609

 

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