“Holiday Music from Around the World” concert @ West Caldwell Public Library

On Thursday, December 18 at 7:00 pm, we will present a “Holiday Music from Around the World” concert @ West Caldwell Public Library. Sopranos Olga Shyp and Roza Bulat will be accompanied by pianist Pavel Gintov and joined for a few songs by Olga’s daughter Daria Shyp. The program will feature “Laudamus Te” by Vivaldi, “There is no Rose” by Benjamin Britten, “Gesu Bambino” by Pietro Yon, Czech, English, French, Ukrainian, and other carols. This concert, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, is free and open to the public.

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“Soprano Duel” concert at Franklin Lakes Public Library – Nov 2

“Shyps & Roses” continue their Nothern NJ tour on Sunday, November 2nd, at 3:00 pm  at another gorgeous and very intimate venue: Franklin Lakes Public Library.

The “Soprano Duel” program will feature beloved traditional opera duets such as “Belle nuit” from the “Tales of Hoffman” and “Cats duet” as well as unique and entertaining arrangements by “Shyps & Roses”. Performing will be Olga Shyp and Roza Bulat accompanied by Pavel Gintov (Gintov.com), “a poet of the keyboard” (“Illinois Entertainer”) and a “musical storyteller” (“Shikoku News”, Japan). The concert is free, but the seats are given on a first-come basis! Our CDs of Russian music and opera crossover (Bare soul) will be available for sale at the concert.

“Soprano Duel” concert at Livingston Public Library

We are very excited to present a series of Fall 2014 concerts in public libraries throughout Nothern NJ!

On Wednesday October 29th, at 7:30 pm, Shyps & Roses invite you to enjoy a concert of opera music at a very charming Livingston Public Library. The “Soprano Duel” program will feature beloved traditional duets such as “Belle nuit” from the “Tales of Hoffman” and “Cats duet” as well as unique and entertaining arrangements by “Shyps & Roses”. Performing will be Olga Shyp and Roza Bulat accompanied by Pavel Gintov (Gintov.com), “a poet of the keyboard” (“Illinois Entertainer”) and a “musical storyteller” (“Shikoku News”, Japan). The program is a part of the “Music Matters” Series, is funded by Friends of the Livingston Public Library and is free and open to everyone.