The Howland Chamber Music Circle is pleased to mark its 300th regular season concert with baritone Kenneth Overton and pianist Walker Jermaine Jackson on Sunday, March 26 at 4 PM at the Howland Cultural Center in Beacon, NY. Tickets for this concert will be sold on a pay-what-you-can basis. To purchase a ticket at $5, $10, $15, $20, $25, $30, or $35, before they are gone, please visit howlandmusic.org. The Howland Cultural Center is located in the heart of Beacon, on 477 Main Street. Please note that face masks are required while indoors.
Mr. Overton’s program, I, Too, Sing America, is a celebration of American Music, including spirituals, classical art songs and selections from The Great American Songbook. He will be performing songs by Florence Price, William Grant Still, and Duke Ellington among others.
Kenneth Overton is lauded for blending his opulent baritone with magnetic, varied portrayals that seemingly “emanate from deep within body and soul.” Kenneth Overton’s symphonious voice has sent him around the globe, making him one of the most sought-after opera singers of his generation. Kenneth is a 2020 GRAMMY award winner for Best Choral Performance in the title role of Richard Danielpour’s The Passion of Yeshua with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by JoAnn Falletta.
Since 1993, the Howland Chamber Music Circle has been bringing world-renowned musicians to perform for Hudson Valley audiences in Beacon, New York. Come hear chamber music as it is meant to be heard!
For more information on this performance or the Howland Chamber Music Circle, please visit www.howlandmusic.org.