Choral Group Masters of Harmony with Barbershop Quartet Gotcha
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The last date listed for Masters of Harmony was Saturday April 30, 2005 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Long Beach Performing Arts Center, Terrace Theater:
- Full Price:
- $29.00 - $89.00
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The Death of Klinghoffer is an opera pulled straight from the headlines. Loosely based on the 1985 Palestinian Liberation Front hijacking of a cruise ship and subsequent murder of Jewish-American passenger Leon Klinghoffer, the provocative opera has been called "revolutionary" by Newsweek. Composer John Adams (Nixon in China, Doctor Atomic) and writer Alice Goodman delve into the complicated conflict between Palestinians and Jews and aim to shine a light on heroism in ordinary people. The Death of Klinghoffer is sure to spark plenty of conversation with its controversial telling of events. Learn More
Thrill to the sounds of the inimitable Masters of Harmony, under the direction of Mark Hale, as the five-time international chorus champion presents an array of musical selections guaranteed to elicit critical kudos and audience ovations from the opening curtain. Besides a full repertoire of show tunes and standards, the Masters will debut the contest set they hope will garner them a sixth gold medal at the Barbershop Harmony Society's International Chorus Contest in Salt Lake City this July.
The 2005 Spring Show, titled "Time After Time," will feature Gotcha!, 2004 International Quartet Champion, as the perennial hometown favorite bends impossible chords to the delight of barbershop aficionados. OC Times, 2004-2005 Far Western District Quartet Champion, is a foursome that everyone has come to love and enjoy. Pam Pieson, a gifted and expressive soloist, returns to captivate audiences with the pictures she projects through song.