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    This Saturday! Songs from the plays. Shakespeare settings through the ages. The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields in New York City s Greenwich Village
    Message 1 of 1 , May 3, 2012
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      This Saturday! 
      Songs from the plays. Shakespeare settings through the ages.
      The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields in New York City's Greenwich Village


      Saturday May 5, 8 PM 


      The Western Wind

      Linda Lee Jones, Michele Kennedy, sopranos

      William Zukof, countertenor

      Todd Frizzell, David Vanderwal, tenors

      Elliot Z. Levine , baritone, guitar

      Shakespeare in Love



      Original Songs from the Plays

      Music by Composers associated with the Bard and his Company: Thomas Morley & Robert Johnson,

      Romantic settings by Charles Wood, George MacFarren, Fanny Hensel & Amy Beach

      20th and 21st Century Settings by Ralph Vaughn Williams, Robert Convery, Matthew Harris,

      Oliver Barton & Jaako Mäntyjärvi

      World premieres by Robert Dennis, Avery Griffin & Elliot Z. Levine



      The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields
      487 Hudson Street

      New York, New York

      (Hudson and Grove Streets in  New York 's picturesque Greenwich Village)


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      $25 General Admission

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