Young Professionals Choral Collective 'Gives Voice to the Voiceless' with PRISM

This is part of a collaboration with the Cincinnati Opera

click to enlarge Young Professionals Choral Collective 'Gives Voice to the Voiceless' with PRISM
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The Young Professionals Choral Collective will be performing the world premiere of PRISM, a choral orchestral work composed by Cincinnati native William Menefield, paired with Morten Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna.

Held in the Cincinnati Museum Center’s rotunda and accompanied by players from Collegium Cincinnati, this work “gives voice to the voiceless, illuminating truths where the spoken word can fall short. Radiance will shine a light on how people’s stories are seen, heard and refracted and how we can all fight for justice and understanding.”

Radiance is part of the YPCC’s collaboration with the Cincinnati Opera and its production of Blind Injustice, based on the work of the Ohio Innocence Project.

7:30 p.m. concert May 21. $25; $12 youth. Cincinnati Museum Center, 1301 Western Ave., Queensgate, facebook.com/ypccsing.         

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