Stamford, CT (PRWEB) May 24, 2011
Terry Barber was a member of the Grammy winning group, Chanticleer, and has had solo contracts internationally at many of the world’s best venues including the Metropolitan Opera, Moscow’s Svetlanov Hall, and London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Barber sings in many ranges and styles, delighting his audience with a history of western sacred music from Gregorian Chant to modern favorites, touching on major composer through time, like Bach, Handel, Mozart, Faure, and Bernstein. Barber has been successful in increasing the audience for classical music with this inspired program.
CLICK HERE FOR PROMO VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/tlbarber#p/a/u/1/20gZgcld_Fg
On his last visit to the Northeast, NPR Providence RI aired this enlightening interview: http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wrni/news.newsmain/article/0/0/1712867/news/Counter.tenor.to.perform.in.Providence
Performance Dates In The Northeast Include:
7:00pm Thursday 16th, Grace Episcopal Church, 385 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970 PH: 978-744-2796
7:00pm Friday 17th Episcopal Cathedral Of St John, Providence RI 271 North Main Street, Providence, RI 02903 PH: 401 331-4622
7:00pm Saturday 18th, Harbor Church, Block Island RI with Carrie Todd 21 Water Street Block Island, RI 02807 PH:401 466-5940
7:00pm Monday 20th First Presbyterian Church Of Stamford, CT 7:00pm 1101 Bedford Street, Stamford, CT 06905 PH: 203 324-9522
7:00pm Tuesday 21st St Phillip Church, Norwalk CT 7:00pm1 Father Conlon Place, Norwalk, CT 06851 PH: 203-847-4549
Terry has been invited back to all 30 of the places nationally that have hosted this because of his unique talent, and because the program is offered to the hosting venues as a fundraising opportunity, with no costs at all associated with the opportunity.
With a masters degree from Trinity College, London, in historically informed performance, Barber has recently performed Bach B-minor Mass with New Trinity Baroque Orchestra on tour. Reviews raved:
"Barber has star quality. He sang “Qui sedes” with the panache of a Baroque opera hero." – Pierre Ruhe (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
"Terry Barber, countertenor, was revelatory. His "Agnus Dei" was the high point of the entire concert, and he used his ease and facility across the entire alto range to beautifully express everything Bach gave him to say." - http://www.WheatWilliams.com
Don't miss a unique talent, and a concert tour which has raised thousands for the community. Entry fee is only $20. Barber makes himself available to sign CDs and answer questions following each performance.
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