ELCIA

AcronymDefinition
ELCIAEvangelical Lutheran Church In America
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The human element of the story is the well-used convention of lovers from across that divide (think Aida but with Biblical plagues), Osiride, Prince of Egypt and Hebrew girl Elcia.
Claire Booth's Elcia and Christine Rice's Amaltea steal the show and while Miklos Sebestyen is intense as Moses complete with hints of his horns, the women are the powerhouses.
The two sopranos fared better, though the lovely voice of Sian Davies (Elcia) doesn't yet seem fully mature, and Keri Alkema (the most emotionally engaging of the performers, as Amaltea) still has a few loose ends to tend to in her transition from mezzo to soprano.
This will be an umbrella body for MAIT, ELCIA, IESA etc.
Shri Babu Rangaswamy, President - ELCIA (Electronics City Industries Association) & Director, Hewlett-Packard have also consented to bless the occasion.