The Cantata Singers Re-visit a Favorite Work
| April 2, 2019
Cantata Singers of Elmira present ‘The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass’ in Watkins Glen. The are joined by the bluegrass band, Monroe Crossing, for whom it was written. Conductor Will Wickham joins us to talk about this special performance of a work they have performed before, and the jam session Monroe Crossing will offer on the previous evening.
Photo credit: Cantata Singers of Elmira
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