Opus Q Men's Vocal Ensemble Presents Its Summer Concert, Glitter in the Air
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The last date listed for Glitter in the Air was Sunday June 12, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Based on the enduring 1905 novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett (author of The Secret Garden), this musical adaptation of A Little Princess, presented by Berkeley Playhouse, centers around Sara Crewe, a generous and inventive young girl who is left at the mercy of a cruel headmistress after her father disappears searching for the mysterious city of Timbuktu. Though made to work as a servant in a boarding school, Sara finds within herself the heart of a princess in this song-filled adaptation, designed to delight adults and kids alike. The musical was written by Brian Crawley and Tony-nominated composer Andrew Lippa (Big Fish, The Addams Family, The Wild Party). Learn More
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Opus Q’s summer concert, Glitter in the Air, is a collection of songs that celebrate living…loving…laughing – without regret. The repertoire includes an eclectic mix of music, from choral standards to opera choruses, to lush arrangements of contemporary pop songs – and everything in between.
Highlights of Glitter In the Air:
- Aaron Copland’s “Zion’s Walls”
- “We Rise Again” by Leon Dubinsky
- Selections from the Broadway hit Wicked
- Leonard Cohen’s poignant “Hallelujah”
- Jazz standards by George Gershwin
- "Glitter in the Air” recorded by pop star P!NK
- Music by G.F. Handel, Mozart, and Giuseppe Verdi and more!
About the Ticket Supplier: Opus Q
Opus Q is an auditioned men's vocal ensemble. Born in 2001, Opus Q quickly established itself as one of the most versatile and exciting music groups in the Bay Area. The ensemble performs a wide range of music for men's voices - from Bach to Bernstein...Mozart to Madonna...Classical, Jazz, Pop, Broadway, and everything in between. Founded as a member of the GALA Choruses, Opus Q is open to men of all backgrounds, and has at its core a commitment to diversity - and moreover, a belief that music can affect social change. Opus Q generally sings with 20-24 members (4-5 on a part), and is a part of the thriving Arts & Culture scene in Berkeley.