Mezzo-soprano Alexis Davis Hazell, joined by a violist and pianist, performs stirring works from Dargomyzhky, Bridge, Loeffler, and Brahms
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$10 for one ticket to “Where is it That our Soul Doth Go?” (up to $20 value)
When: Friday, April 24, at 7:30 p.m.
Where: Valley Presbyterian Church
Seating: general admission
Door time: 7 p.m.
Full offer value includes ticketing fees
Where is it That our Soul Doth Go?
The Theme: An evening of music and poetry that aims to remind audiences that, in spite of today’s convoluted, fast-paced world, great beauty, peace, stillness, and awareness can be found
The Performers: Philadelphia-based mezzo-soprano Alexis Davis Hazell, violist Patricia Heller of the San Francisco Opera, and Arizona Opera’s collaborative pianist Jeremy Peterman
The Pieces: Music from Dargomyzhky, Bridge, Loeffler, and Brahms, as well as poetry by Shelly, Ruckert, Verlaine, and Baudelaire