Men's Vocal Ensemble Opus Q Performs Songs for A Winter's Night
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The last date listed for Songs for A Winter's Night was Wednesday December 21, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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Opus Q is a talented singing group with a holiday repertoire that runs from popular English Christmas carols to Spanish lullabys to Hebrew foll songs. The men were accompanied by a piano player, a violinist, a drummer, a bassist and -- as a special treat -- a female opera singer! I hadn't heard of Opus Q before this event, but I'll definitely be looking up their concerts in 2012!
One very minor gripe: the bassist was chewing gum throughout the performance.
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I enjoyed the ambiance (the singers and the audience gather together on the stage). The singing, the harmonies were beautiful. The songs selection was most of it unknown to me but that was a very good thing and it was very interesting. It was a...continued
Celebrate the holiday season, Opus Q-style! Join Opus Q for an unforgettable evening of traditional and non-traditional holiday fare at the historic Julia Morgan Center. Music by Morten Lauridsen, G.F. Handel, James Q. Mulholland and Gordon Lightfoot. Featuring a stunning arrangement of the Hebrew folksong, “Bashana Haba’ah,” a set of “Jingle Bells” variations – featuring Opera Frontier’s founding artistic director Gail Simpson as soprano soloist, and many surprises only Opus Q can deliver!
The concert is scheduled to run one hour and 45 minutes, including an intermission, and will be best enjoyed by those ages 5 and older.