National Concerts present In Her Words—a program of all music set to text by all-women!
National Concerts offers an array of productions across the country with some of the best choirs, bands, and orchestras in the industry. Next week, they’ll be hosting a performance in New York at none other than Carnegie Hall focused on works inspired completely by women called In Her Words.
Opening the concert on Tuesday evening, the Rutgers Voorhees Choir will perform choral settings combined with choreographed movement and dance. With instrumentation and dramatic lighting guiding the show, the second half will feature the Southern Chorale with orchestra from the University of Southern Mississippi performing a U.S.-premiere of Moorland Elegies. The piece composed by Tõnu Kõrvits channels and is inspired by the emotions of Emily Brontë’s famous poetry.
A rising star in Estonian contemporary music, Tõnu Kõrvits’ work stands out as highly poetic and full of visionary fantasies. Kõrvits’ plentiful oeuvre includes all traditional genres from orchestral music and operas, to choral music and solo songs. This event is unmissable!
Be sure to grab your tickets to In Her Words: A Night of Music at Carnegie Hall, here.
What: In Her Words Concert
Where: Carnegie Hall – 881 7th Ave
When: Tuesday, April 23 at 8 p.m.
Tickets: $69, grab them here
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