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Miss Lonelyhearts
Lowell Liebermann
J.D. McClatchy
Andreas Delfs (Conductor)
Ken Cazan (Director)
Peter Harrison (Set Designer)
Martin Pakledinaz (Costume Designer)
Allen Hahn (Lighting Designer)
Matthew Worth (Shrike)
Brenda Rae (Mary Shrike)
Jeremy Little (Miss Lonelyhearts)
Katherine Whyte (Betty)
Faith Sherman (Fay Doyle)
Jeffrey Behrens (Fay Doyle's husband)
April 26, 2006
The Juilliard School
This two-act opera follows the title character, a male newspaper advice columnist, through his downward spiral of cynicism, depression and violence.
Miss Lonelyhearts(t)
Old man(t)
Mary Shrike(s)
Fay Doyle(mz)
Peter Doyle(t)
Miss Farkis(mz)
Reporter 1(b)
Reporter 2(bar)
Reporter 3(t)
Office Voice 1(t)
Office Voice 2(bar)
Office Voice 3(b)
Office Voice 4(t)
Office Voice 5(b)
Office Voice 6(bar)
Office Voice 7(bar)
Office Voice 8(t)
Office Voice 9(bar)
Office Voice 10(t)
Copy boy(Treble)
Pre-recorded role: Radio Voice(t: 30’s dance band “crooner” style)
Spoken roles: Desperate(female); Harold S.(male); Sick-of-it-All(female); Friend 1(male); Friend 2(male); Friend 3(male); Aching Left(female); Aching Right(female); Aching Center(female)
Opera, David Shengold, August 2006; Wall Street Journal, Heidi Waleson, 6-3-2006;, Bruce-Michael Gelbert, 4-18-2006; New York Sun, Jay Nordlinger, 4-28-2006; Musical America, Peter G. Davis, 5-1-2006; Philadelphia Inquirer, David Patrick Stearns; The New Criterion, Jay Nordlinger, June 2006; Los Angeles Times, Chris Pasles, 4-23-3007; Cincinnati Enquirer, Janelle Gelfand, 2-7-2008
Commissioned by the Juilliard School in celebration of its centennial.
2 fl(picc), 2 ob(Eng Hrn), 2 cl(bcl), 2 bsn(cbsn.) – 2 hrn, 2 tpt, 3 tbn - timp, 5 perc, hp, kbd - str
Theodore Presser Company
588 North Gulph Road
King of Prussia, PA 19406
Schedule of Performances Listings
Miss Lonelyhearts (Liebermann)
Friday, February 08, 2008 - University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music
Miss Lonelyhearts (Liebermann)
Wednesday, April 26, 2006 - Juilliard Opera Center

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