Power Couple 2010: Everett and Alicia McCorvey 2.11.2010


Click here to View PDF Ace Power Couple Everett McCorvey and Alicia Helm McCorvey ACE Weekly February 11, 2010

From the stage of the Metropolitan Opera
where they met performing in Porgy and Bess
to their annual showstopping duets at UK Opera
Theatre’s It’s A Grand Night for Singing! each
June, Everett McCorvey and Alicia Helm
McCorvey have been making beautiful music
together for over 20 years.
In the past year, Alicia has added musical theatre
to her extensive operatic resume with the title
role in Paragon Theatre’s Hello, Dolly! and as a
Goddess in KCTC SummerFest’s Once On This Island.
In addition to being Executive Producer of UK
Opera Theatre’s upcoming production of Die
Fledermaus (March 11, 12, & 13, at the Lexington Opera
House), Everett is touring the country with his
renowned American Spiritual Ensemble (with a
February 13, performance in Lexington.) Everett also
serves on several boards including the UK Board of
Trustees, the Kentucky Arts Council, the Lexington
Opera Society, the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games,
and LexArts, and will be instrumental in the Lyric
Theatre revitalization efforts.
Alicia and Everett’s three most joyous productions:
daughters Elizabeth and Julia, and son David.

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