| Apr 9 |
7:30pm - 9:00pm
THIS SPECIFIC EVENT INSTANCE EITHER
DOESN'T EXIST OR HAS ALREADY OCCURRED
CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19:
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, this Virginia Beach event has been canceled or at least postponed for the 2020 season through June 10,2020. Please check back for rescheduled dates possibly later this year or next year or check the official event website for more detailed information.
In the meantime, please visit our list of local restaurants who are still open and providing food service:
VIRGINIA BEACH RESTAURANTS OPERATING DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC – QUICK REFERENCE
This 1923 work marked a defining moment in musical history. The work sets poems by Edith Sitwell to music by William Walton — both iconic, adventurous artists — with the poems read in rhythm to the music. Virginia Arts Festival’s production of this rarely-heard work features gifted instrumentalists conducted by JoAnn Falletta, and a cast of “reciters” including the “agile, radiant” (The New York Times) soprano Hila Plitmann; bass-baritone Kevin Deas, whose “compelling delivery” rings “with drama and conviction” (The Morning Call); and the host of NPR’s Performance Today, Fred Childs. “Redolent of the Jazz Age and Dada and coloured with a devil-may-care insouciance…it has an inventive charm and vivacity that proves it is more than a period piece” (The Telegraph, UK).
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