Don Giovanni – Opera News

In Review > North America TULSA Tulsa Opera 5/3/19 Lucia Lucas and Jana McIntyre in Tulsa Opera's Don Giovanni Photo by Shane Bevel TULSA OPERA CLOSED ITS seventy-first season in early May with an intriguing production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni (seen May 3 and 5). Lucia Lucas, an American transgender woman who has been forging a su... In order to view this article, you must be a subscriber. If you already have an account, please enter your username and password. If you are not a..

5Point film fest returns to opera house Saturday

The 5Point Adventure Film Festival will be bringing the festival’s films upvalley this weekend. The annual Aspen Encore event will be held at the Wheeler Opera House on Saturday at 7 p.m., according to a news release. The event will feature highlights and winners from the festival, which took place last week in Carbondale. 5Point Executive Director Regna Jones and Program Director Meredith McKee will be hosting the screenings. According to the release, they will feature the following festival-wi..

Opera education hitting a high note – News from southeastern Connecticut – theday.com

Have you ever smashed a glass with your voice? Neither have most singers from Stonington-based Salt Marsh Opera, but they've heard the question before from the fifth and sixth graders in local schools who over the past seven years have been attending workshops and performances of world-renowned operas for free. It's all part of Salt Marsh's education programming that will culminate this year in a condensed one-hour performance of Mozart's "Magic Flute" in English on April 22 ..

Opera In Hong Kong Features Donald Trump Character – NPR

In the story, Trump discovers his twin brother in China. The author says his opera has no serious political meaning. He just knew using Trump would grab attention. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with an advance in culture. In Hong Kong, an opera features a man with a red tie and an enormous, blond wig. (SOUNDBITE OF OPERA, "TRUMP ON SHOW") UNIDENTIFIED ACTOR: (As character) Mr. Donald Trump. (SOUNDBITE OF GONG BANGING) INSKEEP: The character Donald Trump e..

Ellen Reid’s prism Wins 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Music – Opera News

15 April 2019 COMPOSER ELLEN REID'S p r i s m, a dramatically and sonically daring opera about the effects of sexual and emotional abuse, has won this year's Pulitzer Prize for music. The work, which features libretto by Roxie Perkins, had its world premiere in November 2018 as part of LA Opera's Off Grand initiative before coming to New York in January as part of the 2019 Prototype Festival. Produced by Beth Morrison Projects in association with Trinity Church Wall Street, p ..

Backer of Musical.ly, Grindr and Opera to invest $50M in self-driving startup Pony.ai –...

A games publisher in China is following the path of its larger peer Tencent to back a wide spectrum of startups for financial gains. Beijing Kunlun Wanwei, or Kunlun, announced in a filing this week that it plans to inject $50 million into autonomous driving startup Pony.ai in exchange for a 3 percent stake. Pony.ai confirmed the investment with TechCrunch in an email response, adding that the money contributes to its pre-B round of financing. The startup last pocketed $102 million, which value..

Albert Herring – Opera News

In Review > North America NEW YORK CITY Manhattan School of Music Opera Theater 4/12/19 Joseph Tancredi, Riley Bragg and Adam Goldstein in Dona D. Vaughn's production of Britten's Albert Herring at Manhattan School of Music Opera Theater Photo by Anna Yatskevich ALBERT HERRING, Benjamin Britten’s gently satirical take on the sanctimonious propriety of village life, received a thoroughly delectable production by Manhattan School of Music’s Senior Opera Theater... In order to ..

on Sunday, October 27,Soprano Lisette Oropesa Named as Winner of 2019 Richard Tucker Award...

8 April 2019 AMERICAN SOPRANO LISETTE OROPESA has been named as the winner of the 2019 Richard Tucker Award. The award, announced this morning by the foundation bearing the Brooklyn-born tenor’s name, is one of the most prestigious prizes in opera and is given annually to an American singer on “the threshold of a significant international career.” The award carries a cash prize of $50,000 and, on Sunday, October 27, Oropesa will be featured at the foundation's gala concert at Carnegie H..

Photos from the Fourteenth Annual OPERA NEWS Awards – Opera News

April 7, 2019 | The Plaza Hotel, NYC The five honorees. Seated: Rosalind Elias; Ailyn Pérez. Standing: Ramón Vargas; Luca Pisaroni; Laurent Pelly © Dario Acosta Winthrop Rutherfurd, Jr., Chairman of the Metropolitan Opera Guild Board; Carol Miller; Judith-Ann Corrente, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Metropolitan Opera Association; Richard J. Miller, Jr., Metropolitan Opera Guild President; Mary Rutherfurd © Dario Acosta Carole Bailey French; John French III © Dario Acosta ..

Meet The Man Who Conducts The Philadelphia Orchestra And The Met Opera – NPR

Enlarge this image Yannick Nézet-Séguin has been the music director of the Philadelphia Orchestra since 2012. Jan Regan/The Philadelphia Orchestra hide caption toggle caption Jan Regan/The Philadelphia Orchestra Ever since he was a little boy, Yannick Nézet-Séguin knew he wanted to be a conductor. He likens the feeling to something "almost like a religious call." "Making music in the group is what animates me," he says. Now 44, Nézet-Séguin is the music director of New York'..

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