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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…

…by Opera San Jose in a new production featuring Richard Cox (Ahab), Justin Ryan (Starbuck), Noah Steward (Greenhorn), Ashraf Sewailam (Queequeg), and Jasmine Habersham (Pip). Conducted by Joseph Marcheso, directed by Kristine McIntyre with sets by Erhard Rom and costumes by Jessica Jahn. More Perf. Info. Opera San Jose Type: Moby-Dick   Feb 5 2019 Here/After: Songs of Lost Voices The songs of Jake Heggie at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches TX; featuring pianist Ron Petti with sopranos Debbie Berry and Emily Milius, mezzo-soprano Nita Hudson, tenor Ric Berry, baritones Scott LaGraff and Chris Turner. More Perf. Info….

Return to CALENDAR ARCHIVE Nov 1 2013 Great Performances national telecast of Moby-Dick on PBS. The San Francisco Opera production features Jay Hunter Morris (Ahab), Stephen Costello (Greenhorn), Morgan Smith (Starbuck), Talise Trevigne (Pip), Jonathan Lemalu (Queequeg), Robert Orth (Stubb), Matthew O’Neill (Flask); conducted by Patrick Summers and directed by Leonard Foglia. Type: Moby-Dick   Oct 21 2013 here/after (songs of lost voices), a release of double-cd of recent music and songs by Jake Heggie & Gene Scheer released internationally by PentaTone Classics. Performers include tenor Stephen Costello, mezzo Joyce DiDonato, baritone Nathan Gunn, soprano Talise Trevigne, flutist Carol Wincenc,…

Return to UPCOMING EVENTS Year To Date 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 Nov 6 2020 DALLAS (POSTPONED) Joyce DiDonato sings Camille Claudel: Into the Fire at a gala concert for The Dallas Opera in the Winspear Opera House with The Dallas Opera Orchestra led by Emmanuel Villaume. Program also includes Berlioz’s La mort de Cléopâtre. More Perf. Info. The Dallas Opera Type: Camille Claudel   Sep 10 – 12 2020 HOUSTON (POSTPONED) World premiere of Songs for Murdered Sisters, a song cycle based on new poetry by Margaret Atwood , commissioned by the…