'Alto on the Loose' heats up Firehouse Stage

Mezzo-soprano Hilerie Klein-Rensi and pianist Pej Reitz combined forces to present their fourth staging of "Alto on the Loose" Sunday (Dec. 5) at the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage. Klein-Rensi sang more than 20 show tunes -- some silly, some serious, some sublime -- all to illustrate the point that, while sopranos are the darlings of song, altos often portray more interesting, complex roles in musical theater. Reitz accompanied with her usual exuberance and intensity.

By |2010-12-08T10:09:26+00:00December 8th, 2010|Broome Arts Mirror, Review|

Song of Silk showcases Chinese performing arts

About 800 persons were treated to a variety of Chinese performing arts Saturday (Nov. 6) at Binghamton University’s Anderson Center. Faculty from BU and from the National Academy of Chinese Theater Arts, plus the Melody of Dragon Chinese instrumental ensemble from New York City and the Amber Dance Troupe from Cornell University, presented a variety of Chinese music, dance and folk opera.

By |2010-11-08T15:35:34+00:00November 8th, 2010|Broome Arts Mirror, Review|