Stephanie Blythe’s Harris Theater performance postponed

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Next month’s Harris Theater performance by mezzo Stephanie Blythe has been postponed.

Blyth was to sing standards from the American songbook in a Feb. 9 program called “Sing, America!” But a Thursday statement from the theater said the performance is postponed because of “the complexities in the February production calendar.”

No new date was announced.

“The Harris is most grateful to Stephanie for her understanding and cooperation,” Harris Theater president and managing director Michael Tiknis said in the statement.

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