Duo offers ‘Friendship: A Splendiferous Musical Journey’
Soprano Amy Horst and pianist Don Boyd are splendiferous friends who will bring their unique interpretations of classics and standard favorites to Hilo on Saturday, July 6, at 2 p.m. at the First United Protestant Church. Tickets are $10, general, and $7, students and senior citizens, available at Basically Books in Hilo, Jungle Love in Pahoa and at the door. For more information, call 756-7953.
“Friendship: A Splendiferous Musical Journey” will include a sampling of the duo’s favorite music. Offerings range from the Purcell aria, “Music for a While,” to folk tunes such as “Irish Lullaby,” to jazz standards like “Feelin’ Good.” They will bring to life songs, arias and piano works from a wide variety of styles and musical eras.
Duets and solos from both members of this musical friendship will delight the audience, have toes tapping, and give everyone something to sing along.
“We wanted to celebrate our friendship. As our lives take us on new musical journeys — Don to retirement and Amy to further singing and traveling — we want to acknowledge our shared love of music and share it, one more time, with our friends,” said the duo. Call 756-7953 for more information.
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