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Paul Appleby, tenor and Ken Noda, piano

Friday, March 03, 2017 - 8:00 PM (Add to calendar)

American Philosophical Society

Benjamin Franklin Hall
427 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

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A tenor with a sweet, beautifully sculptured tone, Paul Appleby has already earned a strong reputation for his expressive acting, interpretative depth, and versatility. Appleby’s ability to shape phrases “with melting tenderness” (The New York Times) is sure to be on display in a wide-ranging program that features song cycles by Poulenc and Britten.

Program includes Poulenc's song cycle Tel jour telle nuit; Britten's song cycle On This Island; a selection of lieder by Schubert; and a selection of American songs.

Paul Appleby, tenor

Paul Appleby
Admired for his interpretive depth, vocal strength, and range of expressivity, rising star tenor Paul Appleby is one of the sought-after voices of his generation. A versatile artist, Appleby is equally in demand on the world’s leading concert, recital, and opera stages. Following a summer season that introduced Paul Appleby to Glyndebourne in a new.

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Ken Noda, piano

Ken Noda is Musical Assistant to James Levine on the artistic administration of the Metropolitan Opera, where he began working in 1991. Born to Japanese parents in 1962, he studied with Daniel Barenboim, and has performed as soloist with such orchestras as the New York, Israel, and Los Angeles philharmonics; Berliner Philharmoniker; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; the.

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American Philosophical Society

Address: Benjamin Franklin Hall
427 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Concerts at the American Philosophical SocietyBenjamin Franklin Hall is a 375 seat auditorium offering plaza level and balcony seating.  All concerts at this venue are general admission seating.  Doors open 30 minutes prior to the performance. There are many historic elements to the building.  Designed in the Italianate style, it features a visually striking white marble façade and an impressive collection of paintings.…more info