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Announcing Broadway's Performing Arts Series 2011!
 
All performances are on Friday evenings at 7:30 pm, family friendly and followed by artist receptions!
 
May 6th — Juliet Petrus, soprano, and Shannon McGinnis, pianist, present Children’s Hour, a concert of light-hearted songs for and about children in honor of Mother’s Day. Click here for the program. 
  
April 29th — Oliver Camacho, tenor; Eugenia Cheng, piano with William Bouvel, tenor. Click on title to read the program!

The muted voice: classical art songs from gay composers and gay poets

Including:

* The tragic story of Austrian poet Johann Mayrhofer told in songs by his friend and roommate Franz Schubert.
* The gay composer who went to war and speaks through Housman’s “A Shropshire Lad.”
* The lover of Arthur Rimbaud set to music by the lover of Marcel Proust.
* And the most celebrated gay composer whose muse was the most celebrated gay English tenor.
* Butterworth
* Britten
* Hahn
* Faure
* Purcell
* Schubert 
 
March 4thQiana McNary, Soprano, a national semi-finalist in the Emerging Young Artist competition, sponsored by the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs. Qiana will present an evening of aria and art song featuring a song cycle by blind African American composer Valerie Capers, accompanied by Saori Chiba. Click here to read the program!
 
February 11thBewitched: A Valentine’s Cabaret featuring soprano Sara Maria Pardo and special guests Mark LeBeau and Danielle Scampini. Click here to read the program!
 
We hope you can attend all of these special performances! There will be a $10 suggested donation at the door for each concert. Proceeds will support Broadway’s community outreach ministry and music program.

Please contact Sam Duplessis, Music Director, with any questions.

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