Sunday 22 March 2015 at 2.30 pm
- Weber Der Freishutz overture
- Brahms Symphony No. 4
- Rossini Largo al Factotum from Barber of Seville
- Händel Ombre mai Fu from Serse
- Bizet Votre Toast ‘Toreador Song’ from Carmen
Mario Dobernig conductor
Kendrew Heriveaux baritone
Haitian-American Lyric Baritone, Kendrew Amir Heriveaux, also know as Andrew Daphnis, made his opera debut in Menotti’s comedic opera The Telephone (L’Amour A Trois) in Miami, FL. He continued his international debut appearing in Gershwin’s famed opera Porgy and Bess in cities such as Melbourne and Sydney, Australia; Athens, Greece; Warsaw, Poland; and Auckland, New Zealand. Mr. Heriveaux’s solo appearances have included the concert version of Donizzeti’s Lucia di Lammemour, Moniuszko’s Flis (The Raftsman) and Faure’s Requiem. He has also appeared in the Rossini’s opera Il Barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville) in Tonawanda, NY; and with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, where he was a featured soloist. In addition, he has appeared on PBS in a live performance of Videogames Live: Live with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, and performed the Grammy Award Winning Baba Yetu composed by Christopher Tin, which was aired in the United States and was released on CD. Mr. Heriveaux is a graduate of Buffalo State College where he received a Bachelor of Arts and Letters in Music and English and previously attended The Royal Conservatory of Music’s Artist Diploma Program in Toronto, Canada where he was a recipient of the Lilly Kertes Rolin International Prize in Vocal Studies and was a member of The Nathaniel Dett Chorale where the choral had commissioned Haitian composer Sydney Guillaume, who composed the new work entitled Ayiti I-II-II in which baritone solos were written specifically for him. Currently he resides in Melbourne, Australia where he is a MMus candidate at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music at the University of Melbourne in Melbourne, Australia. For more information please visit his website at www.kendrewamir.com.
Tickets available at the door.
- Adults $20
- Concessions $10
- Family $45
- Children under 12 – Free
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