Available in both DVD and BlueRay on Amazon. San Francisco Opera’s highly acclaimed 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. In addition to the cast, chorus, and crew, stellar [more]
A double-CD of recent music and songs performed by tenor Stephen Costello, mezzo Joyce DiDonato, baritone Nathan Gunn, soprano Talise Trevigne, with flutist Carol Wincenc, The Alexander String Quartet, and many others. More than two hours of music, including Camille Claudel, Pieces of 9/11, Friendly Persuasions, Rise & Fall, A Question of Light, Fury of [more]
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Four songs for tenor and piano. Poetry by Gene Scheer, based on four transformative friendships and meetings in Francis Poulenc’s life. First Performance: April 9, 2008 at the Wigmore Hall, London, featuring tenor John Mark Ainsley and pianist Malcolm Martineau. 1. Wanda Landowska 2. Pierre Bernac 3. Raymonde Linossier 4. Paul Eluard One or more [more]