All-English & American Song with

Eric Finbarr Carey, tenor 

Bethany Pietroniro, piano

NEW DATE: Saturday, May 14th, 3pm

Concert at Beattie-Powers Place

RSVP at info@beattiepowers.org, suggested donation $15  

Please reserve your spot and help us celebrate the reopening of Beattie-Powers Place with this special program of song! 

We remain attentive to the evolving health situation and as such, require attendees to be vaccinated and wear masks when inside. Also, we are distancing & limiting the number of attendees, and will ventilate the space. Thank you for your support!

Tenor Eric Finbarr Carey, fresh from the Oratorio Society of New York’s event at Carnegie Hall, presents an exciting recital in the beautiful Greek Revival interiors at Beattie! Carey will perform a program of All-English & American Song with works by Copland, Britten, Purcell, Vaughan Williams and more. He will be joined by Bethany Pietroniro on piano.

Space is limited, so please RSVP at info@beattiepowers.org!

Carey made notable debuts in 2020, including as tenor soloist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under Andris Nelsons in Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy, with Emmanuel Music in Bach’s B Minor Mass, and Odyssey Opera with a “very strong performance” (Gramophone UK) as Guildford Dudley in the world premiere of Arnold Rosner’s The Chronicle of Nine. In 2019-2020 Carey joined the Renée Fleming Song Studio at Carnegie Hall, and the Britten-Pears Festival Young Artist Program before returning to the Tanglewood Music Center as a second-year fellow, where he was featured in the American premiere of Richard Ayres’s The Cricket Recovers, conducted by Thomas Adés and a concert of Bach Cantatas with John Harbison.

This summer, Pietroniro will be a Vocal Piano Fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center, where she will collaborate with the TMC's Vocal Arts Fellows. Other collaborations in vocal chamber music include the world premiere of Julio Friedman’s Fried Cycle, presented in virtual concert with mezzo-soprano Hailey McAvoy, with whom she was also featured in the 2021 Sparks and Wiry Cries Songs of Identity virtual concert series. Pietroniro was a finalist in the 2019 Joy of Singing competition, in collaboration with tenor Eric Finbarr Carey. She is currently developing a recording project featuring living composers who also work in diverse fields including computer science, linguistics, and climate science.

RSVP to info@beattiepowers.org

 

Your suggested donation of $15 helps us to provide events and essential care and repairs to this 1840s site!

Beattie-Powers Place is mainly supported by individual donors & supporters. This event is made possible in part thanks to a generous grant from Stewart's Shops Community Giving. Our concerts are also sponsored by a generous gift by Nina Matis and Alan Gosule. Special thanks to The Bank of Greene County. To learn more about Beattie-Powers Place and how to support this grassroots organization, click here. 

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Bethany Pietroniro, piano