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Singers with Binghamton roots return for Wagner’s Ring Cycle

Posted by Julie in Binghamton Philharmonic, News, Team Gardner

When Jill and Jake Gardner step onto the stage of the Broome County Forum Theatre to sing the epic work of Richard Wagner, it will mark a homecoming. The husband-and-wife duo will each be featured as soloists alongside the Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra’s performance of Wagner’s Ring Cycle in One Night. The couple lived in Binghamton for a decade but is now based in Kernersville, North Carolina, where they work as freelance artists and travel across the country to perform. “Jake and I are very happy to be returning to Binghamton,” Jill said in a recent phone interview. “We consider Binghamton our second home.”  Read the full article at Press Connects…

Home for the Holidays with the Binghamton Philharmonic

Posted by Julie in Binghamton Philharmonic, News

Join us for the lively Showstoppers Pops Series’ Home for the Holidays, December 13th, 2014 at 7:30pm. Featuring Jose-Luis Novo–conductor, Jill Gardner–soprano, Jake Gardner–baritone, with the Binghamton Downtown Singers at the Raphael Grigorian Ballet Theatre. For tickets, visit the Binghamton Philharmonic website at http://binghamtonphilharmonic.org/pops-series/ Enjoy the sounds of the season with traditional favorites and new classics as we welcome the community to join the Binghamton Philharmonic in this holiday celebration.

Philharmonic’s Holiday Concert Features Community Talent

Posted by Julie in Binghamton Philharmonic, News

In addition to the symphony — conducted by music director José-Luis Novo — the evening’s program at the Forum will include performances by (and collaborations with) soprano Jill Gardner, the Madrigal Choir, the Basically Bach Ensemble and the Binghamton High School Steel Drum Band… For Jill Gardner, Saturday’s concert will be a homecoming of sorts. She and her husband, Jake, lived in Binghamton for 10 years, both performing with Tri-Cities Opera, the philharmonic and other groups around the region, as well as teaching singers through their own studio. Even though they moved back to her native North Carolina a couple of years ago, they still miss the Parlor City (if not…