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<< November 5, 2017 >>
OPERA America Member Productions
Rattenbury Pacific Opera Victoria
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Brundibar Opera Orlando
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The Medium Pacific Opera Project
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The Medium Pacific Opera Project
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Little Women Annapolis Opera
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Little Women Annapolis Opera
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Samson et Dalila Dallas Opera
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La traviata Houston Grand Opera
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Nabucco Los Angeles Opera
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Die Walkure Lyric Opera of Chicago
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Carmen Madison Opera
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Tosca Opera Omaha
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La traviata Sarasota Opera
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Don Pasquale Anchorage Opera
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Member Events in the National Opera Center
The Art of Listening: Mozart's Ilia - The Ancient Refugee
4:30PM - 6:30PM

Presented by Javor Bracic

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Arias "Padre, germani, addio!" and "Se il padre perdei" from the opera Idomeneo

Liana Guberman, soprano
Javor Bracic, piano

The Art of Listening is an interactive tour through the essential works, concepts, and characters of classical music. Mingling live performance and collaborative inquiry, each session of this unique conversation-concert takes the audience on a deep dive into the rich inner world of a chosen masterwork. After a “cold opening” performance, audience members are invited to jump in with in-the-moment thoughts and impressions. Building on the audience’s insights, the musician(s) facilitate a discovery of the work’s emotional narrative and its underlying theoretical concepts, illuminating the poetry, nuance, and daring innovation that give the composition its power. A discussion of historical, cultural, and biographical context offers further dimension, and poses questions about how and why the piece might still be relevant to our lives today.

Reception 4:30 pm
Performance 5:00 pm
Tickets: https://www.artful.ly/the-art-of-listening/store/events/13050
Merz Trio Launch Concert (Theatrical Piano Trio Concert)
5:00PM - 9:00PM

Presented by Lee Dionne

Merz Trio invites you to a Launch Concert in the "Merzbau," a unique, shared space that brings together music, text, art, and conversations between performer and listener. A core musical program of piano trios by Haydn, Schumann, and Staud will be guided by readings from the dreamlike, questioning work of German author W.G. Sebald. Visual collage and spoken text pieces by visionary artist Kurt Schwitters transform the space and frame the event. By encouraging conversations between and around the musical works and other art forms, Merz Trio invites their audience into a heightened listening experience that is both strongly individual and warmly communal.

Tickets may be purchased at the event or online (details to come).
Songs of Heaven and Earth
2:30PM - 3:30PM

Presented by Mary Claire Curran

A recital featuring Russian composers, Mahler, Charpentier, new music by composers Jason Mulligan and Jake Heggie, and American musical theatre.

This event is sponsored by H. Spencer Everett

This event is not ticketed.
Member Events
The In Series
Concert: Jacques Brel: Songs From His World

Web Address: http://inseries.org/jacques-brel/
Start Time: 2:30PM

A cabaret of songs by the Belgian master of modern “chanson.”  Known for his devastatingly personal, heart-wrenching lyrics, but also for his scathingly sarcastic depiction of society, Jacques Brel and his songs swept the pop music world of the 50s and 60s.  In French and English, starring Byron Jones.  Directed by Steven Scott Mazzola and Reenie Codelka.
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