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Dr. Everett McCorvey presents the sixth annual production of Thy Will Be Done, an Easter classical musical, with award-winning cast members from national opera companies and The Lexington Singers. Metropolitan Opera tenor Gregory Turay and Anthony Clark Evans, both winners of the prestigious Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, will be joined by musical theater and opera star Kenneth Overton, and Rebecca Farley, fresh from what Broadway World called a “sensational” performance with the Julliard Opera. Click here or call 859-257-4929.

April 2, 2017 – 4:00pm at Singletary Center for the Arts
(doors open at 3:30)

Angela Rice - Composer

Angela Rice, composer

After years of studying voice and piano, teaching others, and tirelessly supporting the arts, Angela Rice decided to turn her considerable talents to composing.

That decision has thrilled audiences and performers alike.

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Everett McCorvey

“Many churches, community choirs and professional choirs will appreciate the level of musicality, musicianship, and artistry. It is a fantastic work.”

Everett McCorvey, executive producer of Thy Will Be Done and director of University of Kentucky Opera Theatre and the National Chorale

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Gregory Turay

“The work is a wonderful worship experience for soloists, choir and audience alike. From a musical standpoint alone it could become one of the mainstays of the Easter season.”

Gregory Turay, Metropolitan Opera tenor and winner of the Richard Tucker Award who originated the role of Jesus

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Robert Baldwin

Robert Baldwin, Conductor

Music Director for the Salt Lake Symphony and Director of Orchestral Activities at the University of Utah.

He also serves as the conductor of UK Opera Theatre’s It’s a Grand Night for Singing.

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“In the grand scheme of church cantatas, Thy Will Be Done is a solid piece of work that should certainly be able to stand with a lot of other offerings on the church cantata market.”

Rich Copley, Lexington Herald-Leader critic, wrote of the 2012 premier of what was later expanded to an oratorio.