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<< December 8, 2018 >>
OPERA America Member Productions
Hansel and Gretel Opera Orlando
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Hansel and Gretel Opera Orlando
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Hansel and Gretel Opera Orlando
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Hansel and Gretel Opera Orlando
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Hansel and Gretel Opera Orlando
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Hansel and Gretel Opera Orlando
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Amahl and the Night Visitors On Site Opera
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Amahl and the Night Visitors On Site Opera
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Amahl and the Night Visitors On Site Opera
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Amahl and the Night Visitors On Site Opera
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La boheme Pacific Opera Project
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Cendrillon Lyric Opera of Chicago
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The Pearl Fishers Metropolitan Opera
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Il tabarro Metropolitan Opera
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Suor Angelica Metropolitan Opera
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Gianni Schicchi Metropolitan Opera
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The Little Prince Opera Parallèle (Opera Parallele)
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Hansel and Gretel San Diego Opera Association
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Hansel and Gretel San Diego Opera Association
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Member Events in the National Opera Center
ShiZ'ka Piano Recital - Celebrating 14 Scarlatti Sonatas Recording-
7:30PM - 9:00PM

Presented by ShiZ'ka Pianist

In celebration of the 13 Scarlatti Sonatas recording, ShiZ'ka will be presenting a recital of works by Beethoven, Schumann, Scriabin and more.

Shizuka "ShiZ'ka" Saeki Arkus is a classical pianist who began playing at age 4. Having studied with renowned Japanese teachers, Toshimi Sakou, Keita Kosaka, Makoto Yamahata, and Mako Okamoto, she has built a talent that has taken her to perform throughout Japan and the United States.

At the age of 17, ShiZ'ka was a finalist in the Japan Classical Music Society competition. In college, she studied at Doshisha Women’s College of Liberal Arts, supplementing her classical training with studies in jazz in Japan with Makoto Takenaka and Yoko Yamamoto, and at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Recent performance venues have included the Mount Sinai Guggenheim Atrium, Third Street Music School Settlement, and Tenri Cultural Institute. ShiZ'ka looks forward to continuing classical performances around her current home base in the US and around the world.

She recently released a recording of 14 Scarlatti Sonatas.

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New York Opera Alliance Events & Performances
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On Site Opera
Amahl and the Night Visitors

On Site Opera proudly presents the holiday classic, Amahl and the Night Visitors, in a modern production that connects this timeless story of charity and miracles with the prevalent issue of homelessness in NYC. Presented in the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, and in partnership with Breaking Ground, New York City’s largest provider of permanent supportive housing for the homeless, performances will feature a chorus made up of community members who have experienced homelessness performing alongside renowned opera soloists and musicians.

With this collaboration, On Site Opera, Breaking Ground, and the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen hope to shine a light on the issue of homeless in New York City, and share how the arts and social services can work together to benefit our community.

On Site Opera
Amahl and the Night Visitors

On Site Opera proudly presents the holiday classic, Amahl and the Night Visitors, in a modern production that connects this timeless story of charity and miracles with the prevalent issue of homelessness in NYC. Presented in the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, and in partnership with Breaking Ground, New York City’s largest provider of permanent supportive housing for the homeless, performances will feature a chorus made up of community members who have experienced homelessness performing alongside renowned opera soloists and musicians.

With this collaboration, On Site Opera, Breaking Ground, and the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen hope to shine a light on the issue of homeless in New York City, and share how the arts and social services can work together to benefit our community.

Unaffiliated National Opera Center Events & Performances
The Flesh-Eating Orchids present: Opera & Cabaret
8:15PM - 9:45PM

Presented by Katharina Rothe

The Flesh-Eating Orchids -- Tanja Auf der Heyde (piano), David Hodges (bandoneon) and Kat Rothe (voice) -- present an evening ranging from opera to German cabaret. We will take you on a roller coaster, starting high, enchanted, and love-struck with Schumann Lieder ... but slowly, slowly, yet mercilessly, love will be disappointed and we'll crash-land, soaring in the pain of unrequited love. Nobody expresses that better than Mozart in Pamina's Aria "Ach ich fühl's, es ist verschwunden." 

The night will be rounded out with pieces from Brecht's and Weill's Dreigroschenoper, The Three-Penny-Opera,  which will basically lead us through all the miseries of life ... right into a revenge and murder fantasy. 

To send you off on a light note, we end with the "Crack of Doom" by the Tiger Lillies. 

This event is not ticketed.


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