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<< February 7, 2019 >>
OPERA America Events
Creators in Concert: Gregory Spears
Web Address: http://www.operaamerica.org/CreatorsinConcert
Start Time: 7:00PM

Acclaimed composers talk about their creative processes and present highlights from their latest vocal works.

Gregory Spears is a New York-based composer whose work has been called “astonishingly beautiful” (The New York Times), “coolly entrancing” (The New Yorker) and “some of the most beautifully unsettling music to appear in recent memory” (The Boston Globe). In recent seasons, he has been commissioned by Lyric Opera of Chicago, Cincinnati Opera and Houston Grand Opera, among others. His latest evening-length opera, Fellow Travelers, created with librettist Greg Pierce, premiered at Cincinnati Opera in 2016 and went on to productions at the PROTOTYPE Festival, Lyric Opera of Chicago and Minnesota Opera.

Tickets are $10 for members and $25 for non-members; purchase at operaamerica.org/CreatorsinConcert. Not in NYC? Watch the live stream at operaamerica.org/Live.

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Opera Lafayette
Other: Radamisto

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Start Time: 7:30PM

Opera Lafayette's winter program is the first version of this Handel favorite, a drama about the taming of a powerful and ambitious king, complete with dance. This fully-staged production is directed by choreographer Séan Curran, with costumes by Amada Shafran. The Australian mezzo-soprano Caitlin Hulcup makes her American debut as Radamisto, the young Israeli mezzo-soprano Hagar Sharvit is Zenobia, renowned soprano Dominique Labelle returns as Polissena, tenor Robin Yujoong Kim makes his company debut as Tiridate, bass-baritone Alex Rosen is Farasmane, Opera Lafayette young artists Véronique Filloux and Nola Richardson take the roles of Tigrane and Fraarte, and members of the Séan Curran Company are integrated as actors into the complete production.
Opera Lafayette
Other: Radamisto

Web Address:
Start Time: 7:30PM

Opera Lafayette's winter program is the first version of this Handel favorite, a drama about the taming of a powerful and ambitious king, complete with dance. This fully-staged production is directed by choreographer Séan Curran, with costumes by Amada Shafran. The Australian mezzo-soprano Caitlin Hulcup makes her American debut as Radamisto, the young Israeli mezzo-soprano Hagar Sharvit is Zenobia, renowned soprano Dominique Labelle returns as Polissena, tenor Robin Yujoong Kim makes his company debut as Tiridate, bass-baritone Alex Rosen is Farasmane, Opera Lafayette young artists Véronique Filloux and Nola Richardson take the roles of Tigrane and Fraarte, and members of the Séan Curran Company are integrated as actors into the complete production.
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