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Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice 


Musical artists echo through the Catskills at this second annual festival. Underneath the stars, Steven White directs Mozart's “Don Giovanni” at the park on August 6. Leading gospel and Broadway star Rozz Morehead returns by popular demand on August 4. The six hands of pianists Babette Hierholzer, Sylvia Buccelli, and Justin Kolb take flight on August 5 and 6. Celebrated soprano Lauren Flanigan joins emerging opera singers at the Voices of Distinction performance on August 5. The Power of Song concert and workshop will expose students on how to be active with socially conscious music; proceeds for the workshop go to the Clearwater Festival. Films like The Voice Teacher and lectures will run throughout the festival. Ralph and Ralph, Uncle Rock, and The Paper Planets will keep the kids entertained at this family-friendly festival.  August 4 through 7. Phoenicia. (845) 586-3588; www.phoeniciavoicefest.com.
click to enlarge Pianist Babette Hierholzer.
  • Pianist Babette Hierholzer.

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