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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

And If the Song Be Worth A Smile: An Evening of American Song, Featuring The Work of Six Living Composers

SOPRANO LISA DELAN, WITH MATT HAIMOVITZ AND KRISTIN PANKONIN, PERFORM THE ART SONGS OF BOLCOM, GETTY, HEGGIE, GARNER, CORIGLIANO, AND WOOLF, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2010, 8 P.M.

AT ROSE THEATER IN FREDERICK P. ROSE HALL

HOME OF JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER


Soprano Lisa Delan, pianist Kristin Pankonin and cellist Matt Haimovitz, present a rich and varied collection of art songs by living American composers entitled AND IF THE SONG BE WORTH A SMILE: AN EVENING OF AMERICAN SONG, Friday, May 21, 2010 at 8 p.m. at Rose Theater in Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, Broadway at 60th Street.


This evening of music, presented by PentaTone Classics, pays tribute to the American art song, a form which has grown in popularity and stature in recent years. The program will include works by William Bolcom, John Corigliano, David Garner, Gordon Getty, Jake Heggie and Luna Pearl Woolf.


The program celebrates the release of the SACD available from PentaTone Classics also entitled AND IF THE SONG BE WORTH A SMILE (PTC 5186 099), featuring the same performers.


Tickets to the May 21 concert are $25-$35, Students/Seniors $15.

For Tickets:

Jazz at Lincoln Center Box Office

Broadway at 60th Street, Ground Floor

Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm

CenterCharge 212-721-6500

www.jalc.org

The program is as follows (subject to change):

Four Cabaret Songs William Bolcom

(b. 1938)

Amor

Oh Close the Curtain

Waitin

Toothbrush Time

Poor Peter Gordon Getty

(b. 1933)

Where is My Lady

Tune the Fiddle

The Ballad of Poor Peter

Three Songs Jake Heggie

(b. 1961)

Barb’ry Allen

He’s gone away

The Leather-Winged Bat

Phenomenal Woman David Garner

(b. 1954)

Call Letters: Mrs. V.B.

Impeccable Conception

Lord, in My Heart

The Gamut

Request

No Loser, No Weeper

Phenomenal Woman

Three Cabaret Songs John Corigliano

(b. 1938)

Dodecaphonia

Marvelous Invention

End of the Line

Odas de Todo el Mundo Luna Pearl Woolf

(b. 1973)

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