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Events for July 2016
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Jul 26, 2016
Violetta and her Sisters: Season Preview
Dates: July 26
Auditorium: Cornelia Street Café
  29 Cornelia St.
  New York, NY United States
Phone: (212) 989-9319
e-mail: press@michelletabnickcommunications.com
Web: http://corneliastreetcafe.com/downstairs/Performances.asp?sd

dell’Arte Opera Ensemble presents the company’s August 2016 Season Pre-Season Events. Prepare to revel in a world of festivity, sensuality, and high drama in Paris’s storied past with fun and engaging activities leading up to the company's season entitled Violetta & her Sisters. For more information visit: http://www.dellarteopera.org/season.php5?p=74. Violetta and her Sisters: Season Preview Tuesday, July 26 at 6pm, Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia St. TICKETS: $10 cover/$10 minimum. Talented cast members perform excerpts from August festival programming, hosted by Lisa Flanagan.

Jul 28, 2016
New Hampshire Music Festival: Ein deutsches Requiem
Dates: July 28
Auditorium: Silver Center for the Arts
  114 Main Street
  Plymouth, NH United States
Phone: 603.535.2787
e-mail: info@nhmf.org
Web: http://www.nhmf.org

Festival Orchestra and Symphonic Chorus Paul Polivnick, conductor Dan Perkins, principal guest conductor/director of choral activities BRAHMS Variations on a Theme by Haydn BRAHMS Ein deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem) Tami Petty, soprano Paul Max Tipton, baritone Of his choral masterwork, A German Requiem, Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) wrote, “I could happily omit the ‘German’ and simply say ‘Human’ (or for ‘Mankind’).” Following the death of his mother, as well as his dear friend and mentor, Robert Schumann, Brahms assembled his own libretto for the Requiem from carefully selected Biblical texts, creating a universal message of comfort for the living.

Jul 30, 2016
Sinatra Project Volume 2
Dates: July 30, 2016
Sponsor: Pasadena Symphony and POPS
Auditorium: LA County Arboretum
  301 North Baldwin Ave
  Arcadia, CA United States
Phone: 6267937172
e-mail: info@pasadenasymphony-pops.org
Web: http://https://pasadenasymphony-pops.secure.force.com/ticket

On the heels of last summer’s sold out hit concert, Michael Feinstein brings the latest installment of his Grammy-nominated Sinatra Project back to the Arboretum by popular demand. Hear many more of Ol’ Blue Eyes’ biggest hits and maybe a few you’ve never heard before, as only the Ambassador of the Great American Songbook can deliver.

Jul 31, 2016
Music Mountain Presents Mid-Summer Benefit Concert featuring Richard Goode, piano
Dates: Sunday, July 31
Sponsor: Music Mountain
Auditorium: Gordon Hall
  225 Music Mountain Road
  Falls Village, CT United States
Phone: 860-824-7126
e-mail: boxoffice@musicmountain.org
Web: http://www.musicmountain.org

Music Mountain's Mid-Summer Benefit Concert will feature the superb pianist, Richard Goode. For his first appearance at Music Mountain, Mr. Goode offers an exceptional program to include Haydn: C Major Sonata Hob. XVI: 50; Janacek: In the Mist; Schumann: Humoreske op. 20; and Debussy: Preludes Book 2. All Tickets $75



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