Themed Heaven and Earth, the Savannah VOICE Festival is unveiling an impressive lineup for their 2019 season. The seventh annual festival will be staged Aug. 3 25 in and around Savannah, offering music from opera, musical theatre and popular song.
As a means of supporting their mission to build a sought-after Festival, SVF presents classical artists that not only shine in the operatic repertoire, but are able to display their versatility in many enchanting crossover happenings throughout the over 30 events.
Having made a name for itself in Savannah and beyond, the VOICE Festival will return to venue stages throughout the area with fan favorites that have become festival fixtures as well as new and exciting productions, recitals and concerts. Among the favorites back, as always, by popular demand is Death by Aria I and II, Voices in Sacred Song, the Salon Series, and a Broadway-themed show. As for new offerings, fans will enjoy a special dinner theater event, a concert featuring songs about and inspired by culinary gourmets and one of America's best-loved television personalities, Julia Child, a tribute to Frank Sinatra, a Music of the 60s and 70s concert by Savannahs own baritone, Nicholas Yaquinto, and more.
In addition to the impressive litany of concerts, recitals, dinner shows, master classes and other musical celebrations, the 2019 VOICE Festival will stage an unprecedented four operas, Poulencs Dialogues of the Carmelites, Portmans The Little Prince, Chings The Birthday Clown and Leoncavallos I Pagliacci.