Found Voices: The New European MapSunday, January 19, 2020 - 3:00 pm
Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center300 South Broad Street Learn More
$30.00 per ticket
About This Performance
In the wake of the Treaty of Versailles, Central Europe’s borders were dramatically redrawn. Bartók and Kodály pioneered major ethnomusicological research at this time, collecting numerous Hungarian folk songs and incorporating them into their works, while the songs of Czech composers Kaprálová and Janáček reflect the national and social liberation of their people.
This concert is part of our Emerging Voices Project that explores national identity and social connection through art song. Learn more about the inspirations behind Found Voices in the video preview below.
Sarah Shafer, soprano; Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo-soprano; Nicholas Phan, tenor; Douglas Williams, bass-baritone; Temple University Chamber Choir; Myra Huang, piano; Shannon McGinnis, piano
Bartók: Elindultam szép hazámbul, BB. 42, No. 1
Paderewski: Six Songs, Op. 18
Iva Bittová: Nezabudka World Premiere/PCMS Commission
Kaprálová: Songs [Sel.]
Kodály: Hungarian Folksongs [Sel.]
Janáček: The Diary of One Who Disappeared
Major support for Emerging Voices has been provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage — with additional support from Grant Greapentrog, Constance & Michael Cone, Vincent Tseng & Geoffrey Mainland, and the Presser Foundation.
Sarah Shafer, soprano
Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo-soprano
Nicholas Phan, tenor
Douglas Williams, bass-baritone
Myra Huang, piano
Shannon McGinnis, piano
With Cori Ellison at 1:45 pm
Nicholas Phan and Timothy Cheek (University of Michigan) will give a master class for students at the Kimmel Center’s Rendell Room on Saturday, January 18, 3:30-5:30 pm.