Harmonía Presents Globally-Inspired Spring Concert
By Michele Ostrove, photo Lou Barranti
The incomparable voices of the all-women’s vocal ensemble Harmonía will transport the audience around the world and beyond—without leaving the acoustically perfect confines of St. Paul’s Anglican Church.
Thu, Apr 6, 5pm
St. Paul’s Church
415 152 0387
200 pesos donation
Following two sell-out concerts in 2016, this special first anniversary presentation features a global assortment of musical selections including an African song with percussionist Victor Monterrubio, a Latin Renaissance melody sung a cappella, a humorous Rossini operatic duet, and the timeless “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” made famous in The Wizard of Oz. Harmonía’s trademark mix of styles, languages, and emotion will span classical, world folk, and contemporary offerings that speak of hope, love, and joy.
This 12-voice ensemble has quickly distinguished itself with its professional standards. Founder/director Dr. Elizabeth Kimble and pianist Lorelei Capell lead the group of singers, which includes Gerri Baruch, Maggie Bunce, Libby Clemens, Carole Clement, Maxine Graboyes, Ruth Kaplan, Bonney McDowell, Tina Rosa, Kate Rowland, and Suzy Taylor.
The concert starts promptly at 5pm on Thursday, April 6, at St. Paul’s Anglican Church. Tickets are available at La Conexión, Aldama 3, and at the door a half-hour before the concert.