Upcoming Engagement

I Pagliacci /
Carmina Burana

March 28, Friday, 8:00pm
March 30, Sunday, 4:00pm
April 1, Tuesday, 7:00pm

All performances at the
Blaisdell Concert Hall.

Sung in Italian, Latin &
Middle High German with
English translations projected
above the stage.

Blaisdell Concert Hall
777 Ward Ave.,  Honolulu, HI

Contact the Box Offioce at
(808) 596-7858 or 1-800-836-7372

Concert Choir and Chamber Singers


Sunday, April 13, 2014
3:00pm to 4:00pm


Williams Center for the Arts

Free Concert.

Tickets available through the
box office. 610-330-5009

Composer Gabriela Lena Frank presents an original major work based on the poetry of Pablo Antonio Cuadra and composed for the Lafayette Choirs, featuring the Chiara String Quartet, along with soloists Andrew Garland
and Susanna Eyton-Jones





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“If one wants to encounter a first-rank authentic baritone, look no further than Andrew Garland. Here is a young singer who has it all: a distinctively beautiful voice, flawless technique, exceptional musicality, and superb communicative skills. He is also an intelligent and articulate young man with the chiseled good looks of a bodybuilder and athlete. Quite simply, there is no other up and coming classical singer who is a more impressive complete package or more deserving of a major career.” -- Gregory Berg, NATS Journal, Jan/Feb 2014

Nominated for a 2013 Grammy

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"[A] Ferrari ... cunningly disguised as a young strawberry-curled baritone, Andrew Garland. His San Antonio appearance was [part of] a national tour with pianist Warren Jones, one of the top collaborative pianists in the world.
Mr. Garland projected a well-proportioned lyric baritone, bright but with a caramel core, equipped with sure aim, unshakeable control, effortless agility, an ideal legato and admirable diction in both French and English. A steely edge showed dramatic possibilities [and] vocal power.

His intelligence in drawing from a wide range of vocal colors revealed the full emotional gamut in the nine songs of the Vaughan Williams cycle. He was positively inspiring in the penultimate song, “Bright is the Ring of Words.” In “Chanson a boire,” the last of the three Ravel songs, Mr. Garland brought his operatic experience to bear in a delicious portrayal of Don Quixote in his cups." -- Mike Greenberg, Incident Light, November 21, 2012


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