Richards / Cincinnati Opera: Blind Injustice

Richards / Cincinnati Opera: Blind Injustice

Richards / Cincinnati Opera: Blind Injustice

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Description

Title: Blind Injustice
Artist: Richards / Cincinnati Opera
Label: Fanfare Cincinnati
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 870362000174
Genre: Classical Artists

Cincinnati Opera's newest release is a live recording of the world premiere production of Blind Injustice, with music by Scott Davenport Richards and libretto by David Cote. Developed in collaboration with the Ohio Innocence Project (OIP) and the Cincinnati-based ensemble Young Professionals Choral Collective, Blind Injustice explores the true stories of six individuals who were wrongfully imprisoned and ultimately freed by the OIP. The opera's narrative was drawn from the book Blind Injustice written by OIP director and formal federal prosecutor Mark Godsey, as well as personal interviews with the six exonerees. The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra's John Morris Russell conducts, with stage direction and dramaturgy by Robin Guarino.

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