Calendar – Upcoming Events

Dec 3 - Jan 31
2020

SAN JOSE
Three Decemberss/em> in a new, recorded production created and streamed by Opera San Jose starring Susan Graham (Maddy), Maya Kherani (Bea) and Efraín Solís (Charlie); directed by Tara Branahm and conducted by Christopher Ray.
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Opera San Jose Type: Three Decemberss  
Dec 5 - 6
2020

ST LOUIS
(POSTPONED) Jamie Barton sings The Work at Hand with cellist Elizabeth Chung and the St Louis Symphony Orchestra, led by conductor Cristian Mācelaru on a program that features Schubert’s Symphony No 8 (“Unfinished”) and Chausson’s Poème de l’amour et de la mer.
St Louis Symphony Orchestra Type: The Work at Hand  
Jan 14 - 16
2021

SAN FRANCISCO
(POSTPONED) Moby-Dick Orchestral Suite (arr. Mācelaru) performed by the San Francisco Symphony and conductor Cristian Mācelaru as part of a program of that features new works by American composers Valerine Coleman, John Corigliano and Wynton Marsalis.
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San Francisco Symphony Type: Concert  
Jan 21 - 24
2021

BOSTON
(POSTPONED) Moby-Dick Orchestra Suite performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Cristian Mācelaru in a program that features music of Elgar and Ginastera.
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Boston Symphony Orchestra Type: Concert  
Feb 4
2021

TUSCON
Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton and pianist Jake Heggie perform a recital for the Tucson Desert Song Festival, featuring Jake’s new song cycle “What I Miss The Most…” to new texts by Joyce DiDonato, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Patti LuPone, Sister Helen Prejean, and others, commissioned by the Festival. Complete program TBA.
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Tucson Desert Song Festival Type: Premiere  
Feb 7 & 9
2021

Jamie Barton and Jake Heggie in recital at Ordway Hall in St Paul, MN, presented by the Schubert Club.
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Feb 19 - May 19
2021

HOUSTON
Baritone Joshua Hopkins and composer/pianist Jake Heggie perform Songs for Murdered Sisters in a new film by director James Niebuhr and Houston Grand Opera, streamed on Marquee TV. Margaret Atwood’s stunning new cycle of poems was inspired by the tragic murder of Hopkins’ sister in 2015. Compelled to use his voice to honor her memory and draw attention to the widespread issue of violence against women, Hopkins invited Jake to join him on a powerful journey toward awareness, healing, connection and transformation.
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Houston Grand Opera Type: Songs for Murdered Sisters  
Apr 8,11,14,17,21,24,29 & May 2
2021

NEW YORK
(POSTPONED) Dead Man Walking at the Metropolitan Opera in a bold new production by director Ivo van Hove starring Joyce DiDonato (Sister Helen), Etienne Dupuis (Joseph), Susan Graham (Joseph’s Mother) and Latonia Moore (Sister Rose); conducted by music director Yannick Nézet-Séguin and featuring the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus.
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The Metropolitan Opera Type: Dead Man Walking  
Apr 17
2021

TORONTO
Baritone Joshua Hopkins and pianist Myra Huang perform Songs for Murdered Sisters (poetry by Margaret Atwood) along with masterworks by Schubert, Debussy and Duparc in Koerner Hall at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.
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The Royal Conservatory of Toronto Type: Songs for Murdered Sisters  
Apr. 23 & 25
2021

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
(POSTPONED) If I Were You in a new production at Hawaii Opera Theater as part of the company’s 60th Anniversary Season; directed by Karen Tiller and featuring mezzo-soprano Blythe Kelsey as Brittomara. Complete production and casting TBA.
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Hawaii Opera Theater Type: If I Were You  
May 2
2021

BERKELEY
(POSTPONED) Recital with mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton at Hertz Hall, presented by Cal Performances at UC Berkeley; program will include the West Coast Premiere of a new work Jake is composing for Jamie
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Cal Performances Type: Concert  

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