Riverside Symphonia Welcomes Aida's Angela Brown
Pictured Above: Angela Brown standing inside Hotel Carmichael. Photo Credit: Polina Osherov.
Newsroom Post: LAMBERTVILLE, NEW JERSEY
Lambertville, NJ – The Riverside Symphonia is pleased to present An Evening with Angela Brown: From Aida to American Spirituals on Saturday, October 14, 2023, at the First Presbyterian Church in Lambertville, NJ. The concert will be an intimate evening showcasing the vocal and musical virtuosity of Metropolitan Opera soprano Angela Brown and the Riverside Symphonia Chamber Players. Vocal and instrumental works by some of the most famous opera composers, such as Giuseppe Verdi and Giacomo Puccini, will be paired with a charming set of songs by William Grant Still, dreamy and bluesy selections from Danielpour’s poetic opera “Margaret Garner”, and a soulful set of popular American Spirituals.
“We are ecstatic to have such a powerful and talented performer such as Angela Brown to usher in our 34th year of music in Lambertville; the place where our commitment to providing live orchestral music of the highest quality all started and continues to this day,” said Riverside Symphonia Board Chairman, Paul Kuhl. “After the enthusiastic response to our previous season, our audience can rest assured that the unbridled magic of music will be on full display on October 14th and throughout the remainder of the 34th Season.” he added.
Pictured Above: Angela Brown. Photo Credit: Tom Mueller.
Tickets can be ordered online or by phone through October 13th. Tickets are $15 for students and $40/$60 for adults. Visit the Symphonia’s website, www.riversidesymphonia.com for more information or call the Symphonia at 609-397-7300. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the gate the evening of the concert while quantities last.
The Symphonia would like to thank the sponsors and volunteers who help make this event possible including, the Van Horn-McDonough Funeral Home, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, The Presser Foundation, Arts & Letters Foundation, and the Arthur Judson Foundation.