6:00am

Fri November 9, 2012
Arts Weekly

Civil War and Classic Southern Lit Remembered in Lexington

Composer Joseph Baber listened to a playback of his An American Requiem, which the Lexington Singers commissioned and will perform a third time.
Credit Mark Cornelison
As Robert Schumann, senior Nathan Van Til sings of his enchantment with his piano teacher's daughter.
Credit Rich Copley — Lexington Herald-Leader

Several American classics are offered in the wake of this week’s elections.  A choral work remembering the Civil War and a multi-media celebration of a groundbreaking piece of southern literature are performed tonight in Lexington.  There’s also a new musical that premiers at Georgetown College.  Rich Copley, who covers culture for the Lexington Herald Leader, spoke about it with WEKU’s Charles Compton.

Rich Copley covers culture for the Lexington Herald Leader.  Details on this weekend’s other events are available in today’s edition.  Calendar information is also available at our website, weku-dot-f-m.