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(E) Classical music's Sex and the City World Premiere of Five Lovers - FREE
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  05/20/2005 | Culture And Arts | Unrated
(E) Classical music's Sex and the City World Premiere of Five Lovers - FREE

 

A special complimentary tickets for CROWN readers

Jama Jandrokovic at the Alice Tully Hall,

New York May 20, 2005 at 8 PM


 

Nenad Bach and CROWN invite you to be a special complimentary guest* for a one
night only vocal performance by friend Jama Jandrokovic. After gracing the
stages of esteemed venues such as Carnegie and Steinway Halls, Ms.

Jandrokovic has returned from touring Europe to make her debut performance
at Alice Tully Hall.

Ms Jandrokovic www.jamajandrokovic.com  who has been described by the
European press as "graceful...silvery, sonorous...with ecstatic, imaginative
interpretation" will perform the world premiere of Five Lovers, at Lincoln
Center's Alice Tully Hall on Friday, May 20, 2005 at 8 PM. Five Lovers is a
staged world premiere concert based on Ms. Jandrokovic's autobiographical
collection of poetry, which chronicles her romantic journey as a newly
single young woman in New York City attempting to reinvent herself. The
poems of Five Lovers have been set to music by American composers Lori
Laitman; Luna Pearl Woolf; and the 2004 Pulitzer Prize Winner for Music,
Paul Moravec. Five Lovers is directed by Gina Lapinski, stage director at
The Metropolitan Opera.

Among the artists also appearing on the program are a Winner of the American
Book Award, poet Diana Gioia (who will read from his poetry); and cellist
Matt Haimovitz, one of classical music's most adventurous artists, who was
the first classical artist to play at New York's infamous CBGB club, in a
performance that was filmed by ABC News for its half-hour feature,
'Nightline UpClose.'
Five Lovers
May 20, 2005 at 8 PM
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Tickets: $40, $30, $20
Available at the Alice Tully Box Office (212) 875-5050
CenterCharge (212) 721-6500
online at www.lincolncenter.org 

*To reserve your complimentary tickets please send an email to Linda Ward
linda@jamajandrokovic.com  by May 18th. All tickets will be
left at the Alice Tully Box Office for pick up ½ hour before the performance.

For in-depth project information including sound files, poetry and more
please visit www.jamajandrokovic.com.
 

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