Several works from Juliana Hall‘s vocal catalog were featured in performances in October and November.
October 13-15: Members of Northwest Art Song (soprano Arwen Myers, mezzo Laura Beckel Thoreson, and pianist Susan McDaniel) partnered with The Ensemble of Oregon to share a concert series titled “Nevertheless, She Persisted: Voices of Women in Music & Verse.” The concert featured Music Like a Curve of Gold. Click here to learn more.
October 27 & 28: Great Camelot“Austism Advocacy Project”, based on poems by Sameer Dahar, was commissioned and premiered as part of Lynx Project’s The performances featured tenor Steven Humes and pianist Florence Mak. Click here to learn more.
October 29 & 30: “Theme in Yellow” from Theme in Yellow was performed by Thea Lobo, mezzo-soprano, and Eunmi Ko, piano in Jamaica Plain, MA. The performance took place as part of a GroupMuse event. The performance was repeating the Sound of Music Performance Series at Temple Shalom in West Newton, MA.
November 3: Music Like a Curve of Gold was performed Rebekah Smeltzer Staley, soprano, and Julie Silva, mezzo-soprano, as part of One Ounce Opera’s 2nd Annual Fresh Squeezed Ounce of Art Song competition, of which Hall was named a winning composer. Click here to learn more.
November 18 (Cambridge, MA), 22 (London), & 23 (Oxford): Christopher Eaglin, tenor, and Nicole Panizza, piano, present two concerts featuring The Holy Sonnets of John Donne at Harvard Memorial Church (MA), Coventry University (UK), and the University of Oxford (UK).
November 28: Middlesex Community College hosts a free concert “And the Barriers Had Vanished: Exploring LGBT Issues through Music,” which will include a performance Night Dances. The performing artists are soprano Anna Ward and pianist Elaine Rombola.
For more information about Juliana Hall’s art song catalog, click here.