Renée Fleming Voice of Nature: The Anthropocene - UGA Performing Arts Center
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“Fleming’s voice floats and blooms with its customary beauty.”—The New Yorker

Renée Fleming is one of the most highly acclaimed singers of our day, regularly performing on the stages of the world’s great opera houses and concert halls. A 2023 Kennedy Center Honoree, winner of five Grammy Awards, and recipient of the U.S. National Medal of Arts, she has sung for momentous occasions including the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, and even the Super Bowl. Her highly anticipated return to Hodgson Concert Hall offers a program of art songs and contemporary music that explores nature as both inspiration and casualty of humanity. An original film by the National Geographic Society accompanies one half of the program.

Fri, Apr 25 | Time and location to be announced
Renée Fleming is a leading advocate for the study of the powerful connections between the arts and human wellness and was recently named a World Health Organization Goodwill Ambassador for Arts and Health. Join her and a panel of local health experts as they discuss the burgeoning field of science relating to this important and fascinating issue.

Hodgson Concert Hall (View Seating Chart)

230 River Road
Athens, GA 30605

Supported by

The Kleiner Foundation