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The Next Generation

As opera season winds down, unique new vocal music blossoms.

  1. 1. Deborah Voigt

    May 3 at Carnegie Hall; 882 Seventh Ave. at 57th St.; 212-247-7800

    The diva is best known for lending her soprano to traditional opera (see Peter G. Davis’s review); this week, she’ll join the American Composers Orchestra for a performance of the avant-garde Erotic Spirits, Stephen Paulus’s work that uses text from Sappho and the Song of Songs.

  2. 2. Les Zephires

    May 7 at Riverside Church; 490 Riverside Dr. at 120th St.; 212-870-6700

    Young sopranos Rachel Helen Coupe and Arlene Travis perform an intimate springtime concert focusing on the French Baroque.

  3. 3. Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble

    May 7 at the Oratory Church of St. Boniface

    New York composer extraordinaire John Corigliano inspires a program of works by the next generation of New York composers.


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