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July 10, 2017

Soprano Angel Blue at the Redlands Bowl

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International Opera Star, Soprano Angel Blue performs at the Grand Finals of the Redlands Bowl Young Artists Concerto Competition on July 11 International Opera Star, Soprano Angel Blue performs at the Grand Finals of the Redlands Bowl Young Artists Concerto Competition on July 11
Grand Finals of the Young Artists Concerto Competition
Tuesday, July 11 8:00 p.m.
Featuring renowned soprano Angel Blue
Presented under the Music Directorship of Frank Paul Fetta
With the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
Scholarship prizes sponsored by the Associates of the Redlands Bowl 
Redlands Bowl Performing Arts proudly presents the Grand Finals of the prestigious Young Artists Concerto Competition with orchestra. The concert will feature dazzling performances by five extraordinarily talented young artists as they compete for the competition’s top prize. Finalists are selected through a rigorous selection process prior to the concert, and scholarship winners announced at the concert evening’s conclusion.
Culminating this spectacular evening will be a performance by acclaimed soprano Angel Blue, a former Redlands Bowl Young Artists Competition winner who has performed with the Teatro Alla Scala, the Metropolitan Opera, and English National Opera and with performers such as Placido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli and Alfie Boe. In addition, she is a BBC presenter of the BBC Proms and has performed in over 30 countries in the last five years and has been called, “one of the outstanding voices of her generation.” (Financial Times)
The evening features favorites by Puccini, Mozart, Beethoven and more!


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