110 Gallatin Ave | Nashville, TN 37206
Sun, Apr 23 3:00 pm
Intersection, Nashville in Harmony, and One Voice Chorus team up to present Mapping Stars, an evening of works created and inspired by the LGBT community from composers James McCarthy and Nico Muhly. For its US premiere, McCarthy’s “Codebreaker” is an oratorio about the life and work of Alan Turing, the father of computer science. Electric violinist Tracy Silverman will present the Nashville premiere of Nico Muhly's "Seeing is Believing," recently performed by Silverman at Carnegie Hall. Nashville in Harmony and One Voice Chorus will present additional works throughout the evening including Greg Gilpin’s “Why We Sing,” Scott Evan Davis’ “If the World Only Knew” and Bernice Johnson Reagon’s “Ella’s Song,” among others.