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Winter Solstice: Souls of Sirens A Jazz Opera by Jeri Brown

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February08
Friday, 8 February, 2019 to
Sunday, 10 February, 2019
Canadian Museum of Immigration; Pier 21; Rowe Hall; Halifax
Cost: 
Museum admission
Organized By: Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

WINTER SOLSTICE: SOULS OF SIRENS

Jazz Opera By Jeri Brown

February 8, 9, 10
3 pm
Canadian Museum of Immigration, Pier 21, Rowe Hall, Halifax, Nova Scotia

WINTER SOLSTICE: Souls of Sirens is a 60-minute one-act Jongleur Opera Company production that is more of a message than a story with a cast of three singing sirens, two nymph dancers, and Jester. Together they spread hope, peace and optimism with music by Ron Paley, Woody Woods and Jeri Brown.

The three-day run stars Linda Carvery, Maureen Batt, Natasha Thomas, Brigitte Aucoin and Audrey Barber, with pianist Holly Arsenault. Come join the fun!

After the darkest hour, everything can change and become better, brighter.

 

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