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Sherrie Van Hine

BRETT CAMPBELL
4 pm., Sunday July 28 | Donations accepted.
 
[CONTEMPORARY CLASSICAL] In the summer’s top showcase of contemporary homegrown vocal chamber music, the local mezzo-soprano is accompanied by flute, cello, violin and piano in music by Portland composers Bonnie Miksch, David York, Ted Clifford (a world premiere) and DoJump and Aurora Chorus composer Joan Szymko. This includes Szymko’s settings of Inuit and Igloolik poems Van Hine commissioned and premiered. The splendid program also includes 20th-century classics by Samuel Barber, Manuel de Falla and Kander and Ebb, plus works by other terrific contemporary composers like Seattle-born William Bolcom, Jake Heggie, and Ricky Ian Gordon. Half of the proceeds go to the Lindsay Reed Medical Fund.

Where: Eliot Chapel, First Unitarian Church
Phone: 985-6746
Address: 1011 SW Salmon St.

 
 
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