'Les Misérables - Selected Songs' next concert presentation at Ogdensburg Command Performances Saturday
Singers work through a number from ‘Les Misérables - Selected Songs in Concert.’ The show will be the next Ogdensburg Command Performance on March 7. OCP photo | SubmittedOGDENSBURG -- Following tour dates around the world from Carnegie Hall to Moscow’s Svetlanov Hall, Terry Barber performing Les Misérables – Selected Songs in Concert, will be presented by Ogdensburg Command Performances Saturday, March 7.
Curtain time is 4 p.m. in George Hall Auditorium at Ogdensburg Free Academy.
World renowned countertenor Terry Barber and a troupe of talented artists will be accompanied by professional musicians playing a brilliant and unique chamber arrangement of the score, said an OCP press release.
“This is not the play but its music…it’s Magnificent!” writes Music Scene.
For tickets, $19 to $43 [discounts for Seniors, Students, Groups of 15+, and “Friends”] call 315-393-2625 or visit ILoveTheatre.org.
Terry Barber is a rare countertenor with an extreme range and versatile voice, said the OCP press release. He is equally at home in the concert hall, recording studio, theater, and opera house. The Los Angeles Times says that Terry Barber, “breathes new life into everything he sings and crafts performances with great vitality and verve!”
The concert will include all of the show’s hit songs (“Bring Him Home, I Dreamed a Dream, On My Own, One Day More, Castle On a Cloud, Drink With Me” to name a few) and engages several up-and-coming young artists.
This performance is made possible with public funds from the state Council on the Arts.