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…the Music at Meyer series at Temple Emanu-El in San Francisco. Soprano Ava Pine, mezzo-soprano Catherine Cook and baritone Robert Orth join players from the Seattle Symphony on a program that also features After Life, a new one-act opera by Tom Cipullo that imagines Gertrude Stein and Pablo Picasso after their deaths. Temple Emanu-El at 7:30pm. More Perf. Info. Music At Meyer Type: Two Remain/Out of Darkness/For a Look Or a Touch   May 15 – 17 2015 The Work at Hand , orchestral premiere with the Pittsburgh Symphony, featuring mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton and cellist Anne Martindale Williams, conducted by…

…conducted by Antony Walker. The cast features Roger Honeywell (Ahab), Sean Panikkar (Greenhorn), Jacqueline Echols (Pip), Musa Ngqungwana (Queequeg), Malcolm McKenzie (Stubb), Eric Ferring (Flask). Other roles TBA. Four performances at Pittsburgh’s Benedum Center. More Perf. Info. Pittsburgh Opera Type: Moby-Dick   Feb 20 2018 LONDON Dead Man Walking at London’s Barbican Hall in a semi-staged production. One night only with Joyce DiDonato (Sister Helen), Michael Mayes (Joseph), Maria Zifchak (Joseph’s Mother), and Measha Bruggergosman (Sister Rose). Leonard Foglia directs and Mark Wigglesworth conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra. More Perf. Info. Barbican Centre Type: Dead Man Walking   Feb 14,…

…and baritone Morgan Smith perform at Nordstrom Recital Hall in Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA. More Perf. Info. Seattle’s Music of Remembrance Type: Two Remain/Out of Darkness/For a Look Or a Touch   Apr 26 – 27 2013 ASHVILLE Dead Man Walking at The Modern American Music Project in Ashville, North Carolina; Elise Quagliata (Sister Helen), Christiaan Smith-Kotlarek (Joseph DeRocher), Jane Bunnell (Mrs. DeRocher); David Troy Francis, music director & conductor; Francis Cullinan, director. The Modern American Music Project Type: Dead Man Walking   Apr 24 2013 DENTON World premiere of Ahab Symphony at the University of North Texas in Denton,…

…of Music Type: Three Decembers   Oct 10, 13, 18, 21, 23, 26, 30* & 11/2* 2012 SAN FRANCISCO Moby-Dick at the San Francisco Opera , featuring the original cast conducted by Patrick Summers and directed by Leonard Foglia. Ben Heppner & Jay Hunter Morris* (Ahab), Morgan Smith (Starbuck), Stephen Costello (Greenhorn), Jonathan Lemalu (Queequeg), Talise Trevigne (Pip), Robert Orth (Stubb), Matthew O’Neill (Flask). San Francisco Opera Type: Moby-Dick   Aug 8 – 26 2012 EASTSOUND Composer-in-Residence for the Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival in Washington, with two world premieres: Aug 11/12 “Orcas Island Ferry, suite for violin & piano”…

Dec 62011 Opera Talk about Moby-Dick at UCSD Neurosciences Institute with Jake and San Diego Opera General Director Ian Campbell, 8pm. Dec 32011 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 62011 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 302011 Concert of Heggie songs and arias at the USC Thornton School of Music, 7pm. Oct 21-222011 Residency at Bucknell University in…

…directs. May 14, 162010 Mezzo Layna Chianakas joins the Oakland East Bay Symphony and conductor Michael Morgan for a performance of Jake's cycle “The Deepest Desire” (words by Sister Helen Prejean) on a program that features Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. Paramount Theater, Oakland.Tickets & Information May 10 2010 Recital with Frederica von Stade at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance at Millenium Park, presented by Chicago Opera Theater. May 8, 12, 14, 162010 Chicago Opera Theater presents Three Decembers by Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer. Frederica von Stade stars as Madeline Mitchell with Sara Jukubiak (Beatrice) and Matthew Worth (Charlie);…