|Event||Fall Friday Music Series: Soprano Jennifer Ellis Kampani|
|When||Friday, September 19, 2008 at 1:15pm|
Fall 2008 Friday Music Series
Friday Music is a free concert series featuring artists of regional, national and international acclaim. Concerts take place every Friday at 1:15 in McNeir Hall at Georgetown University.
September 19th: Soprano Jennifer Ellis Kampani
Soprano Jennifer Ellis Kampani performs a program of Tin Pan Alley selections and opera arias from Special Collections in Georgetown University’s Lauinger Library.
'Offer(ing) a freshness of voice, fineness of timbre, and ease of production that place her in the front rank of early-music sopranos,” (andante.com) Jennifer Ellis Kampani is emerging as one of the leading interpreters of the Baroque repertoire. She recently made her debut with the Washington Bach Consort, the Bach Choir of Bethlehem, and the New York Collegium with Andrew Parrott conducting.
A specialist in the music of Spain and Latin America, Jennifer has toured villancicos and zarzuela’s extensively with Richard Savino and El Mundo and has performed on programs with Andrew Lawrence-King.
|Access||» This event has been marked as open to the public.|
|Contact||Ron Lignelli, Managing Director, Department of Performing Arts, Davis Arts Center, Rm 108, Box 571063, Washington, DC 20057-1063 Ph. 202/687-3838; Fax: 202-687-5757|
|Sponsors||Department of Performing Arts|
|Web site||For more information, see http://performingarts.georgetown.edu/|
Georgetown University Department of Performing Arts
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