Serenades in Richmond

You are cordially invited

to three upcoming Jeff Prillaman, tenor events right here in the Richmond region. I hope that you will consider making the time to attend one (or even all ;-) of these concerts and that you know how much it would mean for me to see you in the audience. If you do come, please be sure to stay and say Hi after the concert. I would be honored to talk with you and hear your reaction to the programs and the cultural ideas we explored.

Hope to see you soon & Happy New Year!
Jeff

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SERENADE: Sunday Feb 8, 2009 4:00 PM
Jeff Prillaman, Tenor, Charles Hulin, Piano
Second Sunday South of the James series
Bon Air Presbyterian Church
info call: 804 272-7514 or click here for flyer
In this exciting concert, Tenor Jeff Prillaman and Pianist Charles Hulin will explore the many facets and cultural ideas of "Serenade" with selections ranging from Canzone to Aria and from Barber of Seville to Boheme to Carousel and even the Student Prince. The program includes tributes and favorites from great serenaders such as Luciano Pavarotti and Mario Lanza.


SERENADE: Friday Feb 13, 2009 7:00 PM
Jeff Prillaman, Tenor, Charles Hulin, Piano
St Paul's Episcopal Church, Petersburg VA
info call: 804 733 3415
In this exciting concert, Tenor Jeff Prillaman and Pianist Charles Hulin will explore the many facets and cultural ideas of "Serenade" with selections ranging from Canzone to Aria and from Barber of Seville to Boheme to Carousel and even the Student Prince. The program includes tributes and favorites from great serenaders such as Luciano Pavarotti and Mario Lanza.

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Love, Death, Art: Saturday, Feb 28, 2009 2:00 PM

GELLMAN CONCERTS RICHMOND PUBLIC LIBRARY
101 East Franklin St
Info contact Pamela McClain at pjm1952@aol.com
The event at the Richmond public library features a rare public performance (all Russian) of a Tchaikovsky Romeo and Juliet duet. Collaboration with Soprano Lisa Edwards-Burrs, and Pianist Pamela McClain. This program is an exploration of Russian music assembled by Pamela McClain. and featuring several other wonderful artists.. Daphne Gerling, viola, James Lynn, bass-baritone, and Carole Wyncoop, soprano

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Jeff Prillaman
Executive Director, Da Capo Institute

http:www.dacapoinstitute.org

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