The wedding shirt is both tangible and mysterious, and it carries metaphoric weight from start to finish. It also reflects the realities surrounding women’s roles in society and the attention to the fabric arts throughout history.
Soprano Kitty Hughes explores the yearning for love and the race toward death that are knitted together through the maiden’s unfulfilled longings in Dvorak’s The Spectre’s Bride.
Memories of Betty Pigford, longtime BCCO alto, board member, and force of nature.
Liz Raymer said: “I sing because it gives me incredible joy.” For more than 20 years, singing with Liz Raymer brought many of us in the chorus joy.
Prokofiev’s Nevsky cantata expresses in music and text the Russians’ attachment to its country’s rivers as well as its lakes as markers of history and cultural identity.