Thursday, February 26, 2009

Alissa Rose and Jennifer Peterson at Brooklyn's South Oxford Space This Sunday

At 7pm on Sunday, March 1 in the Great Room of the South Oxford Space in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, soprano Alissa Rose and pianist Jennifer Peterson will be performing It's my song that's flown..., a recital of new American art song as part of the American Opera Projects season.

Admission is by donation ($10 suggested), with a reception to follow. The South Oxford Space is located at 138 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn, NY. 

Here is the program for the concert, with embedded Google Map following:
John Levey - "The Rain Was Ending" (Laurence Binyon)

Gregory Spears - "The Black Riders" (Stephen Crane)

Tim Sullivan - Songs for a Dead Bird - "Dirge for a Pet Sparrow" (Catullus), "From a Letter from Lesbia" (Dorothy Parker), "A Sparrow has Died" (Suchoon Mo), "Obituary" (Weldon Kees)

Kristin Kuster - "Soon" (Sappho)


Stephen Andrew Taylor - "The Orchestra" (Kim Stanley Robinson)

Tom Cipullo - Late Summer - "Crickets" (William Heyen), "...Summer into Autumn Slips" (Emily Dickinson), "Touch Me" (Stanley Kunitz)

Renée Favand-See - Lonesome Songs - "River" (Denise Levertov), "Driving a Highway in Eastern Washington" (Molly See), "Laurels" (Corin See)

Raymond Lustig - "the silvery round moon" (Walt Whitman)

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