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<< January 18, 2020 >>
Member Events
Florida Grand Opera
Gala/Fundraiser: 79th Anniversary "The Butterfly Ball" Gala

Web Address: https://tickets.fgo.org/Tickets/EventDetails.aspx?id=1916
Start Time: 5:00PM

79th Anniversary Season Gala
January 18, 2020

Join us for a night of celebration at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami as we commemorate Florida Grand Opera’s 79th Season. The evening will start at 5:00 pm with Cocktails in the Peacock Foundation Studio, followed by the opening night of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly in the Ziff Ballet Opera House. After the opera, enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvre in the Peacock Studio, followed by dinner and dancing—on stage!

Florida Grand Opera is the oldest performing arts organization in Florida, and the seventh oldest opera company in America. Proceeds from the gala will benefit future artistic programming, educational events, and community outreach.

Individual tickets from $1,000*
Tables of 10 from $10,000*

*Gala ticket does not include a ticket to the opera. Must be purchased separately.

For more information, contact Anabel Yupanqui at 305.403.3315 or gala@fgo.org.

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Concert: Ellen West

Web Address: http://prototypefestival.org/shows/ellen-west/
Start Time: 8:00PM

Composed by Ricky Ian Gordon
Libretto by Frank Bidart
Directed by Emma Griffin
Music direction by Lidiya Yankovskaya
Featuring Jennifer Zetlan, Nathan Gunn, and the Aeolus Quartet

A remarkable operatic poem, Ellen West plunges into the emotional, psychological, and physical challenges of a woman struggling with perceptions of her body, her relationship with food, and the world closing in around her. Inspired by one of the earliest cases of existential analysis, poet Frank Bidart and composer Ricky Ian Gordon examine the lives of psychiatrist Ludwig Binswanger and his patient, Ellen West. Bidart’s poem, which serves as the opera’s libretto, juxtaposes the clinical observations of Binswanger with fictitious entries of Ellen’s journals, illuminating a psychological portrait of a woman at war with her body.
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Concert: Cion: Requiem of Ravel's Boléro

Web Address: http://prototypefestival.org/shows/cion-requiem-of-ravels-bolero/
Start Time: 8:00PM

Conceived and Choreographed by Gregory Maqoma
Text by Zakes Mda
Music direction and arrangements by Nhlanhla Mahlangu
Featuring Vuyani Dance Theatre

Set in a graveyard filled with the persistent cries of visitors in mourning and the poignant music of Isicathamiya singers (an a cappella singing style originating from the Zulus), Cion: Requiem of Ravel’s Boléro vividly elicits emotions associated with the loss of life. Physically charged and visually striking, the work is choreographed by South African native and internationally-known choreographer Gregory Vuyani Maqoma. Cion draws inspiration from author Zakes Mda’s novel,  Cion and Ravel’s Boléro,  and is, in Maqoma’s words, “a lament, a requiem required to awaken a part of us, the connection to the departed souls.”

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Concert: Cion: Requiem of Ravel's Boléro

Web Address: http://prototypefestival.org/shows/cion-requiem-of-ravels-bolero/
Start Time: 2:00PM

Conceived and Choreographed by Gregory Maqoma
Text by Zakes Mda
Music direction and arrangements by Nhlanhla Mahlangu
Featuring Vuyani Dance Theatre

Set in a graveyard filled with the persistent cries of visitors in mourning and the poignant music of Isicathamiya singers (an a cappella singing style originating from the Zulus), Cion: Requiem of Ravel’s Boléro vividly elicits emotions associated with the loss of life. Physically charged and visually striking, the work is choreographed by South African native and internationally-known choreographer Gregory Vuyani Maqoma. Cion draws inspiration from author Zakes Mda’s novel,  Cion and Ravel’s Boléro,  and is, in Maqoma’s words, “a lament, a requiem required to awaken a part of us, the connection to the departed souls.”

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Concert: REV. 23

Web Address: http://prototypefestival.org/shows/rev23/
Start Time: 8:00PM

Composed by Julian Wachner
Libretto Cerise Lim Jacobs
Directed by James Darrah
Music direction by Daniela Candillari
Featuring NOVUS NY

Lauded as an “an endlessly unfolding chain of highly controlled polystylism” (Boston Musical Intelligencer), Julian Wachner’s REV. 23 is an exploration of an “unpublished” new chapter of the Book of Revelation. With an audacious libretto by Cerise Lim Jacobs, this striking new production by director James Darrah takes us on a fantastical journey through the myths of our collective unconscious.
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Concert: REV. 23

Web Address: http://prototypefestival.org/shows/rev23/
Start Time: 3:00PM

Composed by Julian Wachner
Libretto Cerise Lim Jacobs
Directed by James Darrah
Music direction by Daniela Candillari
Featuring NOVUS NY

Lauded as an “an endlessly unfolding chain of highly controlled polystylism” (Boston Musical Intelligencer), Julian Wachner’s REV. 23 is an exploration of an “unpublished” new chapter of the Book of Revelation. With an audacious libretto by Cerise Lim Jacobs, this striking new production by director James Darrah takes us on a fantastical journey through the myths of our collective unconscious.
HERE
Concert: REV. 23

Web Address: http://prototypefestival.org/shows/rev23/
Start Time: 8:00PM

Composed by Julian Wachner
Libretto Cerise Lim Jacobs
Directed by James Darrah
Music direction by Daniela Candillari
Featuring NOVUS NY

Lauded as an “an endlessly unfolding chain of highly controlled polystylism” (Boston Musical Intelligencer), Julian Wachner’s REV. 23 is an exploration of an “unpublished” new chapter of the Book of Revelation. With an audacious libretto by Cerise Lim Jacobs, this striking new production by director James Darrah takes us on a fantastical journey through the myths of our collective unconscious.
HERE
Concert: REV. 23

Web Address: http://prototypefestival.org/shows/rev23/
Start Time: 3:00PM

Composed by Julian Wachner
Libretto Cerise Lim Jacobs
Directed by James Darrah
Music direction by Daniela Candillari
Featuring NOVUS NY

Lauded as an “an endlessly unfolding chain of highly controlled polystylism” (Boston Musical Intelligencer), Julian Wachner’s REV. 23 is an exploration of an “unpublished” new chapter of the Book of Revelation. With an audacious libretto by Cerise Lim Jacobs, this striking new production by director James Darrah takes us on a fantastical journey through the myths of our collective unconscious.
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