'Duo' concert to explore friendship, life

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‘Duo’ concert to explore friendship, life

Kimball Recital Hall Floor.
Justin Mohling
Kimball Recital Hall

Soprano Jamie Reimer and guest artist Stacie Haneline are teaming up in “Duo,” a concert that uses emotional compositions to explore friendship and life.

The performance, which is free and open to the public, is 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29 in Kimball Recital Hall.

For “Duo,” Reimer, a soprano, and Haneline, a pianist, will perform compositions that range from the sensual “Forgotten Songs” by Claude Debussy to the poetically sad and joyful “Canciones Amatorias” by Enrique Granados. Other featured composers include Schubert Lieder and Jake Heggie.

Reimer, assistant professor of voice, has performed in opera, oratorio and recital venues around the United States and the world. With a particular interest in contemporary American art song, Reimer’s research focuses on the life and work of composer Robert Owens.

Haneline is an instructor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her professional career as a collaborative pianist has included opera companies, symphony orchestras and chamber organizations throughout the United States and Australia.

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