is the grass any bluer...

is the grass any bluer...
on the other side?

Monday, February 20, 2012

Bluegrass Opera to Present Dechtenberg's new work: THY WILL BE DONE
















The Bluegrass Opera is proud to present the world premiere of the new Easter cantata "Thy Will Be Done" by Lexington composer Angela Rice featuring Metropolitan Opera tenor and UK alum Gregory Turay. Filled with melodies that are at once both infectious and deeply moving, the cantata features text drawn from scripture, including Psalm 23 and The Lord's Prayer, as well as additional lyrics by the composer. Also included on the program will be the world premiere of Rice's "Martyred Maid" for voice and piano (composed in honor of the 600th birthday of Joan of Arc), featuring soprano Lori White.

Performances:
Sunday March 18, 2pm, Central Christian Church
(205 E. Short St.)
Wednesday March 21, 7pm, Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Church
(601 Hill N Dale Drive)

Cast:

Jesus - Gregory Turay
Narrators - Sarah Klopfenstein-Wear and Jim Smith
Mary - Anabelle Wright-Gatton
Mary Magdalene - Joanna Manring
Elizabeth - Amanda Balltrip
Martha - Dena Sullivan Smith
Thomas - Whit Whitaker
A Disciple - Kaymon Murrah / Keymon Murrah
Ensemble members - Amanda Balltrip, Joanna Manring, Anabelle Wright-Gatton, Alice Jones, Erin Mentzer, Dena Sullivan Smith, Andy Moore, Kaymon Murrah, Keymon Murrah, David Cupps, Robert Fox, Albert Gedney, Whit Whitaker

Tickets can be purchased in advance with a credit card at www.bluegrassopera.org, or at the door with cash or check.

Advance Ticket Prices:
$15 VIP Reserved Seats (only available in advance)
$10 general admission
$5 kids' tickets (under age 10)
General Admission will be $15 at the door (space permitting), so get your tickets early!

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