TMAMP presents “The Little Match Girl,” Dec. 5-8
The Modern American Music Project (TMAMP) Presents “The Little Match Girl Passion” By David Lane. Directed and conducted by Michael Boustead, Dec. 5-8.
The production is a deeply affecting piece of great beauty and purity that won the Pulitzer Prize for New York composer David Lang in 2008. It is scored for four unaccompanied voices and percussion and tells the poignant story of Hans Christian Andersen’s little match girl as she wanders shoeless and sick through the snow on New Year’s Eve, trying to sell matches. Come hear this beautifully minimal setting of a haunting winter’s tale.
$25 per seat. $5 (20%) will be donated to Manna Food Bank.
Jackie Collison, Soprano
Nana Hosmer, Alto
Andrew Jason Hiler, Tenor
Jonathan Ross, Bass
Morgen Cobb, Percussion
Original video created by Shane Meador
Pianist David Troy Francis will join our stellar singers for festive and entertaining songs of the season in a sensational, raise-the-roof program for Act II.
TMAMP is honored to partner with Manna FoodBank for these performances. Manna’s agencies distribute food directly to those struggling with hunger throughout 16 counties in Western North Carolina. We will donate 20% of all ticket sales to this outstanding organization. It is our hope to provide contributions of value not only financially but also to raise awareness to end hunger in Western North Carolina.
Performance Dates and times: Thursday, Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, Dec. 7at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, Dec. 8 at 2:30 p.m.