Concert for Peace

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Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College
899 10th Ave, New York, NY 10019
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

The Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College presents a Concert for Peace in honor of President Barack Obama, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for 2009. The featured Virginia Opera Company will be joined by actor Eli Wallach, United States government officials, the Norwegian Ambassador, Songs of Solomon and the Mozart Academy Ensemble in a program of music and readings. The evening will culminate in a performance of Beethoven's Ode to Joy by all soloists and choruses accompanies by the Mozart Academy Ensemble. The program featuring the Virginia Opera Company, Peter Mark, Founder and Director will include performances of arias and duets by soprano Veronica Mitina from St. Petersburg, Russia; tenor and former Marine Daniel Snyder; and versatile African-American baritone Lawrence Craig accompanied by Virginia Opera's Associate Artistic Director and pianist Joseph Walsh. At the climax of the celebration Peter Mark, Artistic Director of both the International Opera Alliance and Virginia Opera Company, will introduce the musical tribute. Broadway Composer & Pianist Jimmy Roberts ("I Love You…You're Perfect…Now Change") will perform his unique repertoire including his new song, "One Bright World". Recently Virginia Opera Company was represented at the Maputo International Music Festival in Mozmbique, Ms. Mitina starred in "Eugene Onegin" and recently opened Virginia Opera's 35th season as Mimi in "La bohème". Directed by Chantel Wright, Songs of Solomon, a vocal ensemble, will offer both gospel and Baroque holiday music. The Mozart Academy Ensemble will perform "Vivaldi's Concerto for Violin in D Major".

Visit the Concert for Peace website:

http://www.jjay.cuny.edu/theater.php

NEWS

Eli Wallach Among Performers for Concert for Peace, Honoring President Obama - Dec 2, 2009

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