Angela L. Owens appears alongside host Terrance Mcknight in his presentation of “A Beautiful Symphony of Brotherhood: A Musical Journey in the Life of Martin Luther King, Jr.” The one performance will be held at the Union
County Performing Arts Center on February 27, 2017 in Rahway, NJ. For tickets, visit UPAC’s webisite at: http://www.ucpac.org/event/4ed1398550f0c8bd1cf116c593f2cf36
Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah, Family and Friends! Three Advent seasons past, Chris Cooley arranged a beautiful version of “Sweet Little Jesus Boy” with me in mind. We got to perform it in White Plains on Christmas Eve, 2013.
Sopranos Angela L. Owens and LaToya Lain reprise last year’s Paris concert, commemorating Martin Luther King Jr.’s reception of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1965. Works include Negro spirituals and art songs based on the poetry of Langston Hughes. Presented by the Roland Hayes Museum. http://www.harrisartscenter.com
In just six days, I share the stage with nine extraordinary women to celebrate our rich Black history, joy of music and feminine artistry. Join us for this highly anticipated event – it’s going to be unforgettable!
I’m looking forward with great anticipation to February 21, 2016, when I will be in concert with several of these gorgeous, crazy-talented ladies. Opera Noire of New York presents, “The Wonder of Women” at St. Marks in the Bowery. It’s an event not to be missed! Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-wonder-of-women-tickets-20853097175?aff=es2
Stephanie McGuire and I will revisit these beautiful Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel duets, as well as many others during our August 25, 2015 concert at The National Opera Center!
Soprano Angela L. Owens sings Epilogo from the José María Cano opera, “LUNA.” Arranged for soprano, cello and piano by Christopher Cooley. Performed with cellist Jameson D. Platte and pianist Christopher Cooley. Closing performance of The Interchurch Center 2015 Concert Series in New York City.
Jameson, Chris and I close out The Interchurch Center Concert Series season this year. Join us for a free noonday concert featuring all vocalises – duets and trios – popular and lesser known!
This weekend Angela and Justin present an ambitious concert of early sacred music from Bach to Haydn to Handel – arias, movements and duets. The Concerts Series is sponsored by Fordham United Methodist Church in New York. Tickets can be purchased through http://www.eventbrite.com or at the door. 4pm.