Duckwall Artist Series: Edward Curtis, tenor and friends
Join tenor Edward Curtis as he takes the recital stage for the first time in three decades. The winner of a regional National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) competition, in the 1990s Curtis performed for hundreds of thousands of people in a variety of venues, but especially as the regular national anthem
singer of the St. Louis Blues hockey club. But then he became a professor. Of religion and history, not voice. He will be accompanied in his return to the stage by Maestro James Caraher, former Music and Artistic Director of the Indianapolis Opera as well as award-winning soprano Dana Zenobi and world-renown bassoonist Doug Spaniol. The program will include music that Curtis has always dreamed of performing, including art songs from Britten, arias from Donizetti, Giordano, and Verdi, and duets from Don Giovanni and West Side Story.
This performance is free and open to the public, no ticket is required.
Masks are strongly encouraged to be worn by all patrons while in the venue.