A Skeptical Song Cycle for String Quartet & Voice
For over twenty years George Hrab has been writing songs about science, skepticism, love, life, loss, and interesting animals. The Broad Street Score is a newly created retrospective arranged for string quartet and voice featuring these very songs. With brand new orchestrations by Veikko Rihu and Slau Halatyn, the song-cycle covers such varied subjects from the ridiculousness of pining for the “Good Ol’ Days” and questioning whether or not heaven would be boring, to the grief non-believers deal with after a loss…and even includes the subject of how great the TV show Mission Impossible was. Featuring George’s trademark humor, wit, and lyrical dexterity, The Broad Street Score is an unique musical experience not to be missed.
|Date: Thursday, May 12
Cost: $15 NECSS attendees / $25 general public
Location: Katie Murphy Amphitheater, 227 W 27th St., NYC (located inside the Pomerantz Art & Design Center)
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