2008-10-03 / Events

Light the Way with Music and Art

Light the Way with Music and Art

Four of Columbia's musical artists will perform light classics and popular songs on Saturday, October 11, at 7:30 pm at the Church of the Good Shepherd.

The concert, second in the Light the Way with Music & Art series to benefit the homeless transition center, features soprano Tina Stallard, mezzo soprano Helen Tintes-Schuermann, bass Klaus Schumann, and pianist Charles Fugo.

The program will include a variety of wellknown musical favorites by composers ranging from Mozart and Strauss to Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Sondheim.

All of the artists performing in the Light the Way with Music & Art concert series are contributing their talents to the efforts of the Midlands Interfaith Homelessness Action Council to create the Homeless Transition Center, a comprehensive service complex for the homeless in the Midlands.

All proceeds from the concerts go to this project. A contribution of $10 person is suggested. Larger donations are welcome.

Selections for the evening include: Prince Orlofsky's Song (Die Fledermaus:" The Bat"), Soave Sia il Vento (Cosi Fan Tutte), Musetta's Waltz (La Boheme), Falstaff 's Drinking Song (The Merry Wives of Windsor), "Duetto Buffo di Due Gatti," My House (Peter Pan), If I…(from Four Emily Dickinson Songs), American Anthem, Wien, Wien nur du allein (Wien, You City of Dreams), In einem kleinen Café in Hernals (In a Little Café in Hernals), Somewhere (from West Side Story), Memory (from Cats), Not While I'm Around (from Sweeney Todd), Side by SideSome Enchanted Evening (South Pacific), If I Were A Rich Man (Fiddler on the Roof), A Stranger Here Myself (One Touch of Venus), George (Cabaret Songs), Wunderbar (Kiss Me Kate)  

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