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Rhythms of Life

Part of the "Intimate Collaboration" series presented by The Florida Orchestra and The Studio@620

The Intimate Collaboration series kicks off on Tuesday, October 6 with "Rhythms of Life".  This happening will include dance, song, rhythm, poetry, and music! With Maestro Stefan Sanderling, guest artist Jennifer Hines, mezzo soprano and friends.

Featured Artist

Jennifer Hines

Lauded by Opera News for her "rich, dark mezzo" and "... a voice so rich and colored that she easily steals any scene in which she appears" (Time Off), mezzo-soprano Jennifer Hines made her Metropolitan Opera debut in Moses und Aron with Maestro James Levine conducting. Since her debut she has maintained an active relationship with the celebrated company, participating in its Ring Cycle in the 2004-05 season. She made her recording debut in the title role of Astor Piazzola's Maria de Buenos Aires, Murry Sidlin conducting, released on the Koch label.

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