What You'll Get
Highly popular in the 19th century and unfairly overlooked in the modern era, American art song (just like the United States itself) found its very own voice by ambitiously separating itself from Western European influences. Now In Series has chosen some of the best of these songs -- including Dominick Argento's From the Diary of Virginia Woolf, Samuel Barber Knoxville's Summer of 1915 and Aaron Copland's Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson-- in a salon-style concert that showcases the talents of Debra Lawrence (soprano), Elizabeth Mondragon (mezzo) and pianists Frank Conlon and Carla Hübner. Also featuring commentary on the composers' inspirational background, The ABC's of American Art Song will open your eyes and ears to music's most distinguished hidden gems at D.C.'s Source.
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