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|Nova Singers Presents: A Procession Winding Around Me|
|News Releases - Music & Entertainment|
|Written by Nova Singers|
|Friday, 22 March 2013 12:57|
Featuring Fareed Haque
Nova Singers, under the direction of Dr. Laura Lane, presents two performances of A Procession Winding Around Me, featuring classical guitarist Fareed Haque, on Saturday, April 6 at 7:30pm in Kresge Recital Hall at Knox College in Galesburg, and on Sunday, April 7 at 4:00pm at First Congregational Church in Moline.
These performances will introduce a completely different side of Nova Singers! We will join forces with Fareed Haque to explore the sound of choir and guitar. Featuring Jeffrey Van’s A Procession Winding Around Me and Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Romancero Gitano, both written for a chorus of voices and a guitar accompaniment, this program is truly not to be missed.
“In each piece,” says Dr. Laura Lane, “the guitar paints images of the text, such as rushing water, dissonance, or even aggression. These works highlight the incredible spectrum of emotion both guitar and voice are capable of conveying.”
Nova Singers, a professional vocal ensemble under the direction of Dr. Laura Lane, hopes to share our musical soul with you. Nova Singers is known for bringing a wide variety of choral music to its audiences, and for the beauty and charm the singers impart to their music.
Nova Singers’ 2012-2013 season is partially funded by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council.
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