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Levana’s “Company” Concert

On April 23, at 7:30 pm, Opperman Music Hall will host Levana’s spring concert, “Company.” This performance, led by conductor Annika Stucky, explores the theme of companionship through music.

Drawing inspiration from a thought-provoking cartoon dialogue, the concert reflects on the significance of the journey versus the destination, with an emphasis on the importance of company along the way.

The program is the result of a collaborative effort involving many contributors, including Levana conductor Annika Stucky, educator and conductor Ruth Springer, musician Elizabeth LaJeunesse, FSU student Julia Rinehart, and instrumentalists Adam Ravain, Terice Allen, Shiloh DeFabia, and Maddy Garnot. Additionally, numerous soloists will showcase their talents and visual artists will contribute their interpretations of the program’s themes.

“Company” aims to incorporate diverse voices and talents, highlighting the power of collective creativity. The concert offers an opportunity for audiences to experience the beauty of shared expression and the transformative nature of companionship through music.

Join Levana on April 23 at 7:30 pm in Opperman Music Hall for an evening of collaborative harmony and connection. This performance is free and open to the public.

Click on the links below to view the program for the performance, as well as images inspired by works on the program.


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