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Ate at Panera Bread in the essence of time, but many places local to the theatre to eat. Need to allow time for parking and waiting to be seated and served.
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The weather was chilly, but seasonal for the area.. I wore a dress and heels befitting going to an evening at the theatre. Dress varied, but most people were mostly business casual or better..
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"A Melancholy Beauty"
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Featured Soloists:

Charles David Osborne, internationally renowned cantor and composer

Neli Atanasova Andreeva, Bulgarian-born soprano

David Kravitz, celebrated baritone

A Melancholy Beauty is a major choral-orchestral work that brings 300 superb choristers and instrumentalists to the stage, depicting the heroic rescue of 49,000 Jews during the Holocaust. This exciting Oratorio combines classical symphonic music with folk styles and rhythms in an unprecedented way – it is one of a kind!

Presented by Songs of Life, the oratorio was composed by the award-winning Bulgarian composer Georgi Andreev, and traces the events chronologically through the language of music in seven movements. This moving oratorio will be conducted by internationally acclaimed choral director Maestro Henry H. Leck.

About the Ticket Supplier: Varna International - Songs of Life

Founded in 2008, Songs of Life seeks to celebrate heroic acts of human compassion throughout history and tell their stories through the universal language of music.