Trinity Music Academy Opens New Season
Trinity Music Academy opens the 2009-10 concert season with "Festive Voices at Trinity," at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, with guest performers singing favorites from opera and Broadway.
Familiar faces returning to Trinity for this performance include singers with opera companies from around the Carolinas. Two of the singers, tenors Jeff Gwaltney and Dan Stein, have made their debuts in New York since their previous appearances at Trinity. Also performing will be sopranos Stephanie Stein and Heidi Vega.
Joining them as special guests will be Trinity favorite and Asheboro native soprano Lucy Yates, who has performed in New York and Rome, along with veteran international star tenor John Fowler.
The program will include favorites from the Broadway shows, "Jekyll and Hyde," "West Side Story" and "Rent," as well as opera highlights from "La Bohme," "The Magic Flute," "Tales of Hoffman," "The Daughter of the Regiment" and other arias by Puccini and Verdi.
Directed by TMA executive director Paul Chandley and accompanied by Sophia Pavlenko Chandley, the concert will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church, corner of Blair and Russell Streets, Troy.
Tickets are $12 for the adults and $6 for students, and are available by calling Marie Dunn at (910) 576-2082 or at the door.
For further information about Trinity Music Academy memberships and mission, visit the Web site at trinitymusicacad emy.org.
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