Cynthia Hopkins is set to present a one-night concert performance of Songs for This Clement World, to be presented May 4 at 8pm at St. Ann's Warehouse. DJ Mendel will direct. Musical direction is by Daniel Bernard Roumain.

Songs for This Clement World features a 15-member ensemble of musicians and vocalists and will include the first performance of new songs from This Clement World, a new work addressing climate change, as well as a retrospective of songs and music from Hopkins' previous works.

Hopkins is a writer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and theater artist who creates and performs unique multi-media performance pieces that intertwine truth and fiction.

The evening's musical ensemble will include Wil Smith (piano), Kristin Mueller (drums), Matt Wigton (bass), Curtis Hasselbring (trombone/guitar), Ben Holmes (trumpet), Karen Waltuch (viola/tambourine), and Philippa Thompson (violin/guitar/tambourine) and vocalists Susan Oetgen (soprano), Charlotte Mundy (soprano), Jeanna Phillips (alto), Jo Lampert (alto), Jordan Barbour (tenor), Gideon Crevoshay (tenor), Michael Zegarski (bass), and Prentice Onayemi (bass).

Songs for This Clement World is designed by Jeff Sugg.

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