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The Birmingham-First Concert Series presents soprano Adele Crawford April 2

By | 2018-01-15T20:31:32-05:00 October 31st, 2017|Uncategorized|

BIRMINGHAM – The Birmingham-First Concert Series will present soprano Adele Crawford in Concert on Saturday, April 2, at 7:30 p.m. Adele Crawford made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2001. She has received international acclaim for performances around the world and has been on the roster of The Metropolitan Opera since 2000.
Having grown up in Birmingham, Crawford comes home to sing an unforgettable program of sacred, classical and Broadway favorites. She will be accompanied by piano virtuoso, Julie Loeb, who was a classmate of Crawford’s at the Cleveland Institute of Music.
“We are delighted to have the opportunity to share with our audience a soprano voice that has been celebrated around the world,” said Tom Trenney, artistic director of the Birmingham-First Concert Series. “This will be a special homecoming for one of Birmingham’s most successful artists.”
The performance will be held in the sanctuary of the First Presbyterian Church, located at 1669 W. Maple Rd. between the intersections at Cranbrook and Southfield Roads. A Meet-the-Artist reception will follow the program.
The Birmingham-First Concert Series is offered as a musical gift to the congregation of First Presbyterian Church and the surrounding community. All events in the series are free of charge and are appropriate for audiences of all ages. Freewill offerings are collected at each program to benefit future events in the concert series.

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