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An “Americana” concert

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Sunday, October 26th, 4 p.m.
Liberty Memorial Central Middle School
14th and Massachusetts streets.

  • Overture to “Candide” by Leonard Bernstein
  • Old American Songs set 2 by Aaron Copland, featuring professional opera singer Tim Noble
  • Symphony No.2, “Romantic” by Howard Hanson

Baritone Tim Noble, distinguished professor of voice at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, has an international vocal career spanning nearly 50 years with performances of over 50 leading roles in major opera houses around the world.

Tickets: $15 regular / $10 students
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Timothy Noble
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Distinguished Professor of Music, Voice
Indiana UniversityJacobs School of Music

Baritone Timothy Noble has enjoyed an international vocal career spanning fifty years. He has performed over fifty leading roles in major opera houses around the world including the Metropolitan Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, San Francisco Opera, La Fenice in Venice, Netherlands Opera and the Glyndebourne Festival. He has also debuted four world premieres, including Philip Glass’ “The Voyage” for the Metropolitan Opera. He has performed as baritone soloist with London Philharmonic, Concertgebouw Orchestra, Chicago Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, and the Cincinnati Symphony, to name a few, and appeared at venues such as Carnegie Hall, Hollywood Bowl and the Ravinia Festival. His operatic/concert collaborations include some of the great maestri of the last half century, including James Levine, Sir Georg Solti, Riccardo Chailly, James Conlon and Nello Santi. Professor Noble also toured with Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians for seven years as soloist, arranger, rehearsal conductor and percussionist, appeared on Broadway in the 1972 production of “The Selling of the President,” numerous television shows such as Ed Sullivan and Mike Douglas, and received a Grammy nomination for his performance of Harold Hill in the Telarc recording of “The Music Man.” Noble also recently completed a twenty year project of writing the music and lyrics for his first musical, “Alamo,” which premiered at a public workshop performance at Indiana University in the spring of 2012 and will hopefully be headed to Broadway in the not too distant future.

In the fall of 2014 Professor Noble began his sixteenth year at the Jacobs School of Music, where he was elevated in rank from full professor to Distinguished Professor of Music in 2004. He presently serves as a vocal trainer for the Canadian Opera Company and is in high demand as a clinician and adjudicator throughout North America. During the summer of 2014 Noble taught in Sulmona, Italy for the COSI Program, The Torggler Institute in Newport News, the Banff Music Centre, and the Highlands Opera Studio in Haliburton, Ontario.