Flatwater Shakespeare Company Presents: “The Tempest”
Sunday, June 10, 2018
The Stables at Wyuka Cemetery
The Flatwater Shakespeare Company will present William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” one of the first English tragicomedies. You are invited to see the production and then participate in a talk back session with actors and others from the Company.
Come with us to an enchanted island where Prospero, a sorcerer and the rightful Duke of Milan, and his daughter Miranda have been marooned for twelve years. When Prospero discovers that his old enemies are sailing near the island, he creates a storm to wreck the ship. The survivors, including young Ferdinand who catches Miranda’s eye, make it to shore only to fall prey to Prospero’s machinations.
Register for only one performance.
18532EV – Sun, Jun 10
18533EV – Thu, June 14
Registration Deadline: Fri, June 1
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: The Stables at Wyuka Cemetery
Cost: $15. Cancellation after the registration deadline date will be non-refundable
Register online or by telephone.
Summer Sing with Abendmusik
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
First-Plymouth Congregational Church, 2000 D St., Lincoln, NE
Brahms’ “Ein deutsches Requiem,” Op. 45, represents not only one of the landmark sacred choral works of the nineteenth century, it is also the culmination of a long tradition of such works used both in funeral services and also as commemorations and memorials of the departed.This course will explore the tradition behind Brahms’s masterpiece, the genesis of his “German Requiem,” the ways that this work for chorus, soloists and orchestra compares with contemporary treatments using the traditional Latin liturgicaltexts. The course will conclude with a focus onseveral movements of Brahms’ extended work to understand how the composer deployed all the resources at his command to provide music of supreme (and personal) consolation to all who mourn a departed loved one.
Learn why this is one of the mostconsoling andhumane sacredworks ever written.
July 25, 1-2:30 p.m.
Class with Pamela Starr (OLLI members only)
Aug 1, 6 p.m.
Q&A reception with Pamela Starr and Tom Trenney,
Abendmusik Artistic Director (OLLI members only)
Aug 1, 7 p.m.
Invite your friends and join members of the community in rehearsal and in creating an “instant performance” of Brahms’ German Requiem with professional soloists and accompanied on the orchestral Lied Organ by Tom Trenney.
OLLI members participating in the class will receive a vocal score of Brahms’ Requiem on July 25 as part of the course. Scores are generously provided at discount by Dietze Music.
Score: A German Requiem by Johannes Brahms Vocal Score:Hoggard/Hinshaw Music
Instructors:Pamela Starr, professor, Music History, UNL; Tom Trenney, minister of music, First-Plymouth Congregational Church, and artistic director of Abendmusik Location:First-Plymouth Congregational Church
Cost: $20 includes vocal score