Virtual Concert Series: Music for Soprano, Clarinet, and Piano 5/5

May 5, 2021

Music for Soprano, Clarinet, and Piano

Liz Lang, sopranoAgnes Marchione, clarinetSteve Beck, piano

Opera News has applauded American soprano Liz Lang for her “comedic timing and clear resonant tone.” Relying on her crossover abilities throughout multiple genres, Liz has continued to work during the 2020-2021 season, expanding her skillset to virtual performance, filming, editing, and directing. After a series of classical and music theatre concerts in Georgia with the Savannah VOICE Festival in February 2020, Liz was asked to join them as a Festival Artist for a series of virtual concerts, shows, and festival performances throughout the year. This summer, Liz will be performing in Le roi Arthus at Bard Summerscape and will return to Savannah for the August 2021 VOICE Festival. Ms. Lang has been a recitalist and soloist at Carnegie Hall, the Juilliard School, with Voices of Ascension, The Riverside Church Choir and Orchestra, with Grammy® award winners Paul O’Dette and Stephen Stubbs, The New American Songbook Orchestra, the Salzburg Festival in Austria, and throughout the Tuscan region of Italy. Liz holds a MM in Vocal Performance from the Eastman School of Music and a BM in Vocal Performance and Music Theatre from Oklahoma City University.

Clarinetist Agnes Marchione is currently a freelance musician who enjoys an extensive playing career, focusing her time on the East Coast. Her orchestral playing includes groups such as The Knights Chamber Orchestra, Delaware Symphony, Iris Chamber Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and The Philadelphia Orchestra.  Agnes has attended numerous festivals that include Sunflower Music Festival, Bellingham Festival of Music, Saratoga Chamber

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