Sparrow Live Presents: Invitation to a Voyage, Mezzo-Soprano Leandra Ramm in Recital - Encore Presentation
You are invited to a concert of beautiful arias and songs performed by mezzo-soprano Leandra Ramm. Invitation to a Voyage is a concert of Ms. Ramm’s favorite arias including works by Bach, Handel, Mozart, Rossini and Tchaikovsky.
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About the Event
You are invited to a concert of beautiful arias and songs performed by mezzo-soprano Leandra Ramm. Invitation to a Voyage is a concert of Ms. Ramm’s favorite arias including works by Bach, Handel, Mozart, Rossini and Tchaikovsky, virtually accompanied by various accomplished pianists including Eryn Allen and Ragnar Bohlin. A regular performer on California stages, when the shelter-in-place began Ms. Ramm did not stop performing. Her most significant project during this time has been the debut of a song cycle by Grey Grant specifically composed for her voice and debuted by the Gabriela Lena Frank Creative Academy of Music. Ms. Ramm will self-accompany this entire song cycle live at this concert. (see full artist bio below).
In this evening’s concert, Ms. Ramm will sing from her welcoming living room arias and songs of her heart. This concert is inviting you to join a voyage; a voyage in classical music and her journey through some of the most beautiful music ever written. Relax, unwind, and be serenaded by the mezzo-soprano voice in an evening of classic favorites.
Virgam virtutis from Dixit Dominus by Handel
Svegliatevi nel core by Giulio Cesare by Handel
Et Exultavit from Magnificat by Bach
Non so piu from Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart
Parto! Parto! From La Clemenza di Tito by Mozart
All’afflitto from Roberto Devereux by Donizetti
Olga’s aria from Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky
Una voce poco fa from Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini
No Other Love by Rogers and Hammerstein
short songs to sing aloud by Grey Grant
Leandra Ramm is a remarkably versatile mezzo-soprano and actress with an “extraordinary voice” (Anderson Cooper 360), whose “beautiful and quite moving” (Nordstjernan Newspaper) performances have graced prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The United Nations, and Symphony Space. She debuted in Kurt Weill's The Endless Road as soloist with The American Symphony Orchestra, performed at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York City. Ms. Ramm recently performed the title role for San Francisco Opera Guild’s tour of La Cenerentola, and was an alto soloist with the San Francisco Symphony in Chichester Psalms conducted by Michael Tilson