Calendar Archive – 2011

Dec 6
2011
Opera Talk about Moby-Dick at UCSD Neurosciences Institute with Jake and San Diego Opera General Director Ian Campbell, 8pm.
Dec 3
2011
A Celebration and Tribute to Frederica von Stade co-hosted by San Francisco Performances, San Francisco Opera, San Francisco Symphony, San Francisco Conservatory and Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra; Herbst Theater.
Nov 6
2011
Pacific Chorale celebrates conductor John Alexander's 40th anniversary with a concert that includes Jake's Seeking Higher Ground; Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa, CA.
Oct 30
2011
Concert of Heggie songs and arias at the USC Thornton School of Music, 7pm.
Oct 21-22
2011
Residency at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA
Oct 13 & 14, 24-28
2011
Residency at Boston University, featuring a production of Three Decembers and a concert of songs and arias
Oct 3-7
2011
Residency at University of Southern California in Los Angeles
Sep 30
2011
Recital with soprano Nicolle Foland at St. John's College in Santa Fe, NM
Sept 16 & 17
2011
Flute Concerto: Fury of Light performed by flutist Carol Wincenc with the Boise Philharmonic, Robert Franz, conductor, for the orchestra's opening gala concerts.
Sept 8-11
2011
World Premiere of PIECES OF 9/11: Memories from Houston, commissioned by the Houston Grand Opera to honor the 10th anniversary of the Sept 11 attacks. Various locations, including performances at the Rothko Chapel on 9/11. Performers include soprano Talise Trevigne and baritone Liam Bonner.
Aug 27, 30, Sept 1, 3
2011
Moby-Dick at the State Opera of South Australia in Adelaide; Jay Hunter Morris (Ahab); conducted by Tim Sexton, directed by Leonard Foglia
Aug 20, 21, 27, 28
2011
Dead Man Walking at Union Avenue Opera, St. Louis, Missouri
June 6-12
2011
Residency at SongFest, Pepperdine University in Malibu
May 1
2011
Family matinee with Frederica von Stade and singers from the Berkeley Young Musicians Program for San Francisco Performances at Herbst Theater, 2pm
April 8
2011
Baritone Nathan Gunn gives the world premiere of A Question of Light — a new song cycle by Jake Heggie & Gene Scheer, commissioned by The Dallas Opera in partnership with the Dallas Museum of Art; Winspear Opera House, Dallas
April 2
2011
For a Look or a Touch (premiere of new version) with baritone Morgan Smith and the Seattle Men's Chorus; Dennis Coleman, conductor.
March 29
2011
Recital with Kiri Te Kanawa and Frederica von Stade at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
March 6
2011
Joyce DiDonato and pianist David Zobel give the world premiere of The Breaking Waves — a new song cycle by Jake Heggie & Sister Helen Prejean, commissioned by Carnegie Hall; Carnegie Hall, New York
Feb 14-28
2011
Guest Artist in Residence University of North Texas at Denton
Jan 22, 29, Feb 2, 4, 6
2011
Dead Man Walking at Houston Grand Opera with Joyce DiDonato (Sister Helen), Philip Cutlip (Joseph DeRocher), Frederica von Stade (Mrs. DeRocher), Measha Brueggergosman (Sister Rose), Sheryl Woods (Kitty Hart), John Packard (Owen Hart), Susanne Mentzer (Jade Boucher), John Colbet (Howard Boucher), Beau Gibson (Father Grenville), Hector Vasquez (George Benton); conducted by Patrick Summers, directed by Leonard Foglia.