Miller Theatre Postpones Suzanne Farrin Concert

By Francisco Salazar

The Miller Theatre has announced that the Composer Portrait of Suzanne Farrin, originally scheduled for Feb. 2 has been postponed due to COVID-19 cases.

The Miller Theater said that a new date will be announced in the coming weeks.

The showcase was expected to feature the world premiere of such Farrin works as “Their Hearts are Columns” as well as “dolce la morte: unico spirto, come serpe, veggio, l’onde della non vostra, rendete,” “Il Suono,” “corpo di terra,” “polvere et ombra,” and “Time is a Cage.”

Performers were set to include soprano Alice Teyssier and countertenor Eric Jurenas. They will be joined by such soloists as violinist Josh Modney, cellist Mariel Roberts, and harpist Nuiko Wadden. Vimbayi Kaziboni leads the International Contemporary Ensemble.