The Grand OnStage presentation of "The Nathaniel Dett Chorale: Harriet Tubman - When I crossed that line to freedom" originally scheduled for Feb. 10, 2022, has been rescheduled for Friday, Feb. 24, 2023, at 7:30 p.m.    Please make note of the year - 2023

Your current ticket(s) will be honoured on the new date.  If you cannot attend on Feb. 24, 2023, please reach out to the box office to make alternative arrangements.

Grand OnStage subscribers are asked to consider exchanging their ticket(s) to an alternative Grand OnStage event in the future to maintain their subscriber status.  Ticket holders are encouraged to convert their tickets to a credit/gift certificate to use for a future Grand OnStage performance.  If this is not an option, your ticket(s) can be donated to Grand OnStage or fully refunded.  

For all cancelled, postponed, or rescheduled shows, requests regarding exchanges, donations, credits, and refunds can be made by e-mail at grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca OR by phone at 613-530-2050 (Monday - Friday, 12 noon - 4:30 p.m.)

Harriet Tubman - When I crossed that line to freedom

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Harriet Tubman: When I crossed that line to freedom is a two act opera that tells of how a young girl born in slavery, becomes Harriet Tubman, the legendary Underground Railroad conductor. Based on recent Tubman biographies, the story is told in the context of Tubman's tight-knit family of lively characters. Harriet Tubman carries the universal themes of sisterhood, courage, sacrifice and doing what is necessary to keep a family together. Moreover it is a heartwarming tale of two sisters vowing that nothing but death will separate them, despite the slavery threatening to tear them apart.

Under the direction of Founder, Artistic Director and conductor Brainerd Blyden-Taylor, The Nathaniel Dett Chorale is Canadas first professional choral group dedicated to Afrocentric music of all styles, including classical, spiritual, gospel, jazz, folk and blues. Their mission is to build bridges of understanding, appreciation, and acceptance between communities of people, both Afrocentric and other, through the medium of music. The Chorale seeks to dissolve the barriers of stereotype, to empower humans in general, and those of African descent in particular.

...an ensemble of achingly beautiful arias, duets, trios and choruses that recount the major episodes in Tubman's career.

Glenn McNatt -The Baltimore Sun.
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