Both Sides Now Celebrates Female Singer-Songwriters of the '70s
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Maestro Yaacov Bergman strives to offer a fresh take each year on Handel's monumental celebration of faith and the human experience, while honoring its stirring spiritual message -- since for many, the holidays haven't begun until they hear the Hallelujah chorus. For 2013, Bergman and the Portland Chamber Orchestra welcome four soloists and the acclaimed singers of Portland's Choral Arts Ensemble, a 37-member vocal group now in its 45th season. Featured performers are soprano Anne McKee Reed, mezzo soprano Angela Niederloh, tenor Brian Tierney and baritone Anton Belov. Learn More
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A few standout performances amid many earnest ones. Very much an amateur hour - sort of "let's get the gang together and put on a show". Great effort to raise funds for worthy causes. Wish they hadn't tried to talk over the audience applause - never really got the names of some of the performers. Was surprised they sang backup harmony from the rear of the hall instead of from the stage. There was lots of room for collaboration and I was sorry they didn't take advantage of it more than a couple times.
Performers include Lisamarie Harrison, Sharon Maroney, Emily Beleele, Laurie Campbell-Leslie, Malia Tippetts, Julia Wild, Patty Price-Yates and Molly Wilson with the incomparable Darcy White on Piano.
About the Ticket Supplier: Circle Theatre Project
The vision of Circle Theatre Project is to provide more opportunities in professional theatre for women and girls. To this end we are intentional about producing works by female playwrights with casts of characters weighted by female roles. We look to advance and employ female directors and technical production staff. Circle Theatre Project will provide training opportunities for women and girls in areas of theatre production where opportunities for females are currently limited.