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.
Mezzo-soprano Stephanie McGuire and I will be repeating our duet concert of Mendelssohn and Schumann songs at The National Opera Center in New York on August 25, 2015. In addition to these beautiful duets, we’ll also be singing original works by our collaborative pianist and dear friend, Christopher Cooley. Ticket proceeds support Stephanie’s Fall relocation to Berlin, Germany! Please join us!
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!
What a wonderful, wonderful evening to be surrounded and supported by friends singing the glorious duets of Felix Mendelssohn and Robert Schumann. Despite the relentless cold weather and snow, friends and patrons came out, gave generously and made future commitments to *The Sanamus Project! Let the journey continue…
Due to adverse weather conditions in New York City, “An Evening of Schumann and Mendelssohn…Duets” has been re-scheduled to February 9, 2015. It’s a beautiful concert – hope you’re able to attend!
What an honor today to sing for Rita Arlen and the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Women’s Association. Stephanie, Chris and I took this opportunity to sing some of our most difficult duets.
In the film below, we discuss the composers and our impressions of the music. And we sing, too.:)
The season of Advent has always been my favorite time of year, both as a Christian and as a singer. Caroling, Messiah-ing, reflecting on the year in it’s entirety. Did I accomplish all the “important” things on my year-long To Do list? Did I conquer new fears? Reach new goals? Did I make a difference in someone’s life? Discovering ways to share my talents as a musician by fostering hope and celebrating the sheer beauty of this season with others is a continuous journey. Sing For Hope, an organization of which I am so very proud to support, is one such way for artists to give back and inspire. I’m pictured below with patients at Mount Sinai, as an SFH volunteer during this year’s Christmas celebration. The video is of St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church in White Plains, New York, Christmas Eve, 2013. To find out more about Sing For Hope, visit their website at http://www.singforhope.org
If you’d like to worship at St. Matthew’s or find out about their extensive outreach and ministry, visit their website at http://www.st-matthews-lutheran.org