Search results for “Frederica von Stade”, cont.

…Concert at the Guggenheim Museum (NYC) with singers Frederica von Stade, Zheng Cao, Lisa Delan; flutist Eugenia Zukerman; cellist Matt Haimovitz; pianists Kristin Pankonin and Jake Heggie. Music by Heggie, Gardner, Getty. April 22 & 24, 2005 The End of the Affair – Premiere of the revised version at Madison Opera. Cast includes Victoria Litherland (Sarah), Keith Phares (Maurice), John Packard (Henry), Robert Orth (Parkis), conducted by John DeMain. January 31, 2005 World premiere of new song cycle for mezzo Zheng Cao and the Harmida Trio (Dawn Harms, violin; Emil Miland, cello; Laura Dahl, piano). Music at Meyer Concert Series;…

…John Mauceri, conductor; Leonard Foglia, director. June 2, 2004 Audra McDonald at Zankel Hall, New York City. Premiere of “The Seven Deadly Sins” with songs by Heggie, La Chiusa, Gordon, Flaherty, etc. Ted Sperling, music director. April 3, 4, 2004 “Anna Madrigal Remembers” with Frederica von Stade and the Seattle Men’s Chorus; Dennis Coleman, conductor. Seattle, WA. March 26, 2004 Recital with Frederica von Stade at Lucas Theater for the Arts, Savannah Georgia March 15, 2004 Recital with Frederica von Stade at Cal State Northridge, California March 4, 6, 10, 12, 14, 17, 19, 21, 2004 World premiere of The

…John DeMain.  May 9, 11,  2003 Concerts with Frederica von Stade in Santa Barbara and Thousand Oaks, CA. Sponsored by Camerata Pacifica. March 30- April 4,  2003 Composer-in-residence at Wichita State University for the contemporary music festival, featuring works by Jake Heggie. Premiere of the SATB a cappella arrangement of “He Will Gather Us Around.” February 22, 2003 Recital with Frederica von Stade in San Jose, CA. January 10, 12, 16, 18, 2003 Dead Man Walking at Austin Lyric Opera in Texas. Cast includes mezzos Margaret Lattimore and Mary Philips (Sister Helen); John Packard and Mel Ulrich (Joseph de Rocher). …

…Chris Calloway, Davis Gaines, Brian Lane Green, Suzanna Guzman and Jake Heggie.  April 16-21, 2002 Dead Man Walking. John DeMain conducts a new production directed by Leonard Foglia and designed by Michael McGarty. The cast includes Kristine Jepson as Sister Helen, John Packard as the death-row inmate Joseph de Rocher, and Frederica von Stade as Joseph”s mother. Opera Pacific (Orange County, CA). April 4, 2002 A performance of Jake”s 10-minute opera “Again” at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania. March 22, 2002 Recital with Frederica von Stade in Modesto, CA. Concert includes several Heggie works.  March 3, 2002 Bryn Terfel sings the…

…mezzo-soprano and piano. Commissioned for mezzo Kristine Jepson by Evolutions in Song. April 1 2001 Academy of Music in Philadelphia, PA. Premiere of “My Grandmother”s Love Letters” for chorus and orchestra with the Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia; Donald Nally, artistic director. March 11 2001 Chanticleer and Frederica von Stade perform ANNA MADRIGAL REMEMBERS in the Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York March 9 2001 Chanticleer and Frederica von Stade perform ANNA MADRIGAL REMEMBERS in Boston, Mass. March 7 2001 Chanticleer and Frederica von Stade perform ANNA MADRIGAL REMEMBERS at the Kennedy Center, Washington DC…

…with mezzo Frederica von Stade and pianist Jake Heggie. Performance of Heggie”s SONGS TO THE MOON. May 24 2000 Herbst Theatre in San Francisco. A full evening of music by Jake Heggie presented by San Francisco Performances. Performed by sopranos Kristin Clayton and Nicolle Foland; mezzo-sopranos Zheng Cao and Frederica von Stade; cellist Emil Miland; pianist Jake Heggie; with special guest Terrence McNally. May 4 & 5 2000 Society for Ethical Culture. Premiere of “AGAIN,” an operatic scene in 10 minutes with libretto by Kevin Gregory. Commissioned and performed by the Eos Orchestra; Jonathan Sheffer, conductor. Performances by soprano Susannah…

…Performers include sopranos Kristin Clayton and Nicolle Foland, mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade, cellist Emil Miland and pianist Heggie. August 8 1999 Santa Clara Mission. Same program. August 6 & 7 1999 Calvary Presbyterian Church in San Francisco. Chanticleer and mezzo Frederica von Stade perform the premiere of Heggie”s ANNA MADRIGAL REMEMBERS, to a new text by Armistead Maupin. May 24 1999 Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco. San Francisco Girls Chorus, mezzo Frederica von Stade, pianist Dwight Okamura and conductor Sharon J. Paul perform the premiere of Heggie”s PATTERNS, to a poem by Amy Lowell. May 9 1999 Old First…