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<< May 17, 2019 >>
OPERA America Member Productions
As One Eugene Opera
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Carmen Seattle Opera
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Fidelio Florentine Opera Company
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La bohème Canadian Opera Company
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La Tragedie de Carmen Painted Sky Opera
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La traviata Hawaii Opera Theatre
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Madama Butterfly Opera In The Rock
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Murasaki's Moon On Site Opera
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Salome Dayton Opera
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The Grapes of Wrath Michigan Opera Theatre
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Tosca Washington National Opera
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West Side Story Lyric Opera of Chicago
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Member Events in the National Opera Center
Rumpelstilskin
7:30PM - 8:30PM

Presented by Guerilla Opera

Rumpelstiltskin by Marti Epstein is based on a classic Brothers Grimm tale that has permeated our culture for hundreds of years. Retelling the story for our time, with many of the roles voiced as women, Marti’s hypnotic music transports you to an expansive fairy tale world.

This family friendly performance is sung in English in an oratorio style with shadow puppetry. This production features original animation by Deniz Khateri and conducted by Jeffrey Means.

Ticket information to come.
New York Opera Alliance Events & Performances
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On Site Opera
Murasaki's Moon

On Site Opera
Murasaki's Moon

Collectio Musicorum, Ltd
The Many Sounds of Rigoletto; the Music behind the Music

Collectio Musicorum presents

The Many Sounds of Rigoletto; the Music behind the Music

 

          In 1850, Giuseppe Verdi began composing an opera based on a contentious play that was banned in France.  Victor Hugo’s Le Roi S’amuse featured a licentious ruler who did whatever he wanted, including seducing women and killing their husbands, and who did so without worrying about any consequences. 

          But Verdi’s opera was not complete fiction.  The title character in Rigoletto was based on a real jester, Nicolas Ferrial, called Triboulet, who lived from 1479 to 1536.  The sumptuous Renaissance setting of the opera influenced the composer, as did music from that time period.

          Collectio Musicorum (“Collection of Music”) presents highlights from Verdi’s opera alongside music of earlier composers, including Tromboncino, Landini, Monteverdi, Attaingnant, Sermisy, Gonzaga, Jannequin, Rossi, and others who are less well known, including the single surviving piece by the mysterious French composer Abel. 

          The performance takes place on Friday, May 17th at 8 PM at Christ and St. Stephen’s Church, 120 W 69th St, New York, NY 10023. Admission is free.  The church is accessible to the 72nd Street station on the 1, 2, and 3 trains. 

          The musicians of Collectio Musicorum are under the direction of Jeff S. Dailey. 

          Collectio Musicorum, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt corporation whose mission is to present the best possible performances of music from the earliest of times.  Founded five years ago by Dr. Jeff S. Dailey, it presents concerts and workshops focusing on music that is not heard anywhere else.  Further details may be found here:  http://collectio-musicorum.blogspot.com/.  Collectio Musicorum is a member of Early Music America and the New York Opera Alliance.  

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