Due to the requirements of the venue, proof of vaccination and masks are required for this performance.
We use the word “love” every day, but what does it actually mean?
Heartland Sings will explore this question fully in a concert program entitled “Aspects of Love” on Sunday, March 20, 2022, 3:00 p.m. at Temple Achduth Vesholom, 5200 Old Mill Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana. This concert will be directed by Founding Artistic Director Maestro Robert Nance and is part of Heartland Sings’ 25th anniversary season.
The program will feature six distinctive musical selections that delve into love and all its facets. The centerpiece of the program is the Midwest premiere of a work by imaginative American composer Don McCullough entitled Song of the Shulamite, which brings to life the book Song of Solomon from the Hebrew Bible and its poetic expression of love that is passionate, yet pure and holy.
Five other diverse pieces will complement it with their own rich texts, focusing on deeper levels and features of this small word that is so full of meaning.
Get your TICKETS today and join us for a special journey—a musical exploration of the Aspects of Love.