The Crossing to Explore Connection to Nature in ‘Walking the Farm: A Progressive Concert’ – OperaWire

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On September 17, 2022, The Crossing choir will open their 2022-23 season with “Walking the Farm: A Progressive Concert.” Hosted by Art at Kings Oaks in Bucks County, PA, the interactive experience will the world premieres of a new work by George Lewis, along with previous commissions such as Kirsten Broberg’s “Breathturn,” David Shapiro’s “It is time,” Jonathan Dove’s “In {…}

Source: The Crossing to Explore Connection to Nature in ‘Walking the Farm: A Progressive Concert’ – OperaWire

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