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Posted: Thursday, October 31, 2019 12:34 pm

The First Church of Christ, Scientist, is hosting a musical program “From the Opera Houses of Italy” on Saturday, Nov. 2, with the musical talents of tenor Antonio Signorello, Loren-James Clark and Atsuko Neida. The program will feature pieces by César Franck, George Bizet, Guiseppe Verdi, George Frederick Händel, Franz Schubert and more.

Signorello won many national and international competitions as a young man and trained at the school of singing of tenor Vittorio Tosto. He was the winner of the IV Contest “Romanza de Camera” in Rome and has performed several operatic roles in various theaters and musical festivals. His has also directed several opera, multimedia shows where music, theatre and image blend together in a happy marriage.

Clark has been with the First Church of Christ since September 2013 and has his BA in music, organ performance at Andrews University. He has performances have been throughout Southern California.

Neida is a concert pianist form Kyoto who has performed in many locations worldwide. She was trained under the Russian pianist Edelstein and Hören (on the harpsichord).

“From the Opera Houses of Italy” will begin at 5 p.m. The First Church of Christ, Scientist, is located at 1123 Eighth Street. Everyone is invited to attend.

For more information, visit www.christianscience.com or call 619-435-4383.

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