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<< April 14, 2019 >>
Member Events
Opera Omaha
Community Event: Faust

Web Address: https://www.operaomaha.org/season-tickets/current-season/2018-2019-season/faust
Start Time: 2:00PM

Opera Omaha presents Faust with music by Charles Gounod and libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré from Carré’s play Faust et Marguerite, loosely based on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Faust, Part One:

In despair the aging and regretful scholar Faust makes a deal with the devil for an ill-fated chance at youth, vitality and love. Featuring music from the opera that hasn’t been heard in over 150 years. Opera Omaha taps a new edition of Faust that reconstructs Gounod’s earliest versions of the work. Conductor Steven White returns to Opera Omaha and tenor Gerard Schneider makes his company debut in the title role of a fascinating new production by director Lileana Blain-Cruz.

This performance contains adult content and scenes that depict infanticide and hedonistic activity. Parental guidance is advised.

Opera Omaha
Community Event: Les Enfants Terribles

Web Address: https://www.operaomaha.org/season-tickets/current-season/2018-2019-season/les-enfants-terribles
Start Time: 7:30PM

The third installment of composer Philip Glass’s trilogy based on the work of Jean Cocteau, Les Enfants Terribles is the story of a brother and sister – Paul and Lise – cut off from the world and dangerously dependent on each other. The psychological game that intertwines their lives twists inevitably to tragedy. ONE Festival Artistic Director James Darrah creates a site specific production to shed new light on the work’s unique conception as a dance-opera.
Opera Ithaca
Concert: The First and Latest Operas by Women Composers

Web Address: https://www.operaithaca.org/liberation-enchantress
Start Time: 2:00PM

THE OLDEST KNOW OPERA COMPOSED BY A WOMAN
Francesca Caccini: La Liberazione di Ruggiero Dall’Isola d’Alcina
Premiere: 1625 Villa di Poggio Imperiale

THE NEWEST OPERA COMPOSED BY A WOMAN
Kamala Sankaram: The Infinite Energy of Ada Lovelace (Opera Ithaca commission)
A New Libretto from Rob Handel

WORLD PREMIERE

The Cherry Artspace, April 11th through 14th 2019

A double bill of the first and most recent operas composed by women

Sung in Italian & English 
Approximately 2 hours with 1 intermission


Directed by
Susannah Berryman & Richard Montgomery

Conducted by Mila Henry


LIBERATION CAST

Tamara Acosta ALCINA
Courtney Elvira MELISSA
Kameron Ghanavati RUGGIERO


THE INFINITE ENERGY OF ADA LOVELACE World Premiere CAST

Courtney Elvira ADA LOVELACE
Kameron Ghanavati WILLIAM KING
Dennis Jesse CHARLES BABBAGE

THE INFINITE ENERGY OF ADA LOVELACE was developed under the auspices of the Composer Librettist Development Program at American Lyric Theater in New York City

 
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