Nicole Khouzami, soprano
Ellen Rissinger, piano
A Seat at the Table: A Celebration of Female Composers includes songs by Chaminade, Viardot, Jacobs-Bond, Remick Warren, and a side of Strauss. This recital is a tribute to the women whose work has been dismissed or overlooked for many years in the male-dominated world of classical music.
Nicole Khauzami is a Lebenese-American soprano from Johnstown, Pennsylvania. She is in her junior year at the Carnegie Mellon School of Music studying under Jennifer Aylmer.
Richard Strauss Der Stern
Richard Strauss Einerlei
Richard Strauss Schlechtes Wetter
Cécile Chaminade Viens, mon bien-aimé
Cécile Chaminade L’amour captif
Pauline Viardot Haï luli!
Cécile Chaminade Espoir
Carrie Jacobs-Bond Where Youth’s Eternal
Carrie Jacobs-Bond ‘Tis Summer in Thine Eyes
Elinor Remick Warren Piano
Cost: Free and open to the public. No ticket required.
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