Tenor Gregory Turay, left, composer Angela Rice, Bluegrass Opera director Lorne Dechtenberg and soprano Lori White will present two original works by Rice at  Central Christian Church on Sunday and at Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Church on Wednesday. An Easter cantata, Thy Will Be Done, will have its world premiere.
Tenor Gregory Turay, left, composer Angela Rice, Bluegrass Opera director Lorne Dechtenberg and soprano Lori White will present two original works by Rice at Central Christian Church on Sunday and at Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Church on Wednesday. An Easter cantata, Thy Will Be Done, will have its world premiere. Lexington Herald-Leader
Tenor Gregory Turay, left, composer Angela Rice, Bluegrass Opera director Lorne Dechtenberg and soprano Lori White will present two original works by Rice at Central Christian Church on Sunday and at Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Church on Wednesday. An Easter cantata, Thy Will Be Done, will have its world premiere. Lexington Herald-Leader

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