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A Brief History of Love and Poetry, new music from composer Brian M Rosen '93

Saturday April 23rd. Join us for an evening of new music straddling the line between opera and musical theater from San Francisco composer Brian M Rosen (P'93).

A Brief History of Love and Poetry, new music from composer Brian M Rosen '93
8pm Saturday, April 23rd
Community Music Center
544 Capp Street, San Francisco
$10-20 suggested donation
Join us for an evening of new music straddling the line between opera and musical theater from San Francisco composer 
Brian M Rosen (P'93). Featured will be the world premiere of his song cycle for baritone and mezzo soprano, 
A Brief History of Love and Poetry exploring how love changes over the course of a lifetime, as well as how it's been expressed
through history. Also featured will be excerpts from Rosen's operas "Failing That" and "Alice", and his string quartet, "Off the Rails". 

The song cycle will be performed by Cary Rosko, BroadwayWorld.com nominee for Best Featured Actress in a San Francisco Musical, 
and Jason Sarten, last seen as the Pirate King in the Lamplighter's production of Pirates of Penzance. 
Keisuke Nakagoshi will accompany.

Music director of the Footnotes while at Princeton, Rosen has been a performer with the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, 
Cinnabar Opera Theater, Lamplighters, and Berkeley West Edge Opera, as well as the music director of the Richter Scales, 
whose viral hit "Here Comes Another Bubble" took over the internet in December of 2007. Rosen was recently awarded a 
grant from the American Composers Forum for his work.
For more information visit:
http://blog.musicvstheater.com/events/recital-briefhistory/


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