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<< March 22, 2019 >>
OPERA America Member Productions
As One Portland Opera
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Camelot Indianapolis Opera
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Cosi fan tutte Fargo-Moorhead Opera
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Cosi fan tutte Fargo-Moorhead Opera
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Cosi fan tutte Lyric Opera of Kansas City
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Die Fledermaus Palm Beach Opera
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Dr. Miracle Opera Santa Barbara
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Faust Washington National Opera
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La traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago
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Pagliacci Opera Orlando
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St. John Passion Resonance Works | Pittsburgh
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The Coronation of Poppea Florentine Opera Company
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Turandot Sarasota Opera
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Member Events in the National Opera Center
Songs to the Whole World and Fashion Show
6:30PM - 9:30PM

Presented by Tatyana Borodina

An Evening of Acoustic Music with 
Olga Pchelintseva-Mares and friends
"Songs to the Whole Wolrd"
And Fashion Show vintage couture folk costume from private collection of designer Ludmila Bokov

Join us for an evening of soulful music in different languages and of different origins with Olga Pchelintseva-Mares. She has always had appreciation for music from different countries and continues her discovery of new musical styles. During this concert she will share her most cherished songs that at some point of her life spoke to her heart. The musical evening will take you to Russia, Ukraine, France, Brazil, USA and other countries. Each piece is treated with artistic openness and love of music that comes from the heart.

The Program:

Historia de un Amor
Danca da Solida
Carinhoso
Darniere Danse
I would take a bandura
Song about love
Dove
A ballad about a love child
The Moon Above
The Shadow of Your Smile
Charmed

Tickets available at eventbrite.com.


Member Events
Resonance Works | Pittsburgh
Concert: Bach's St. John Passion

Web Address: https://www.resonanceworks.org/st-john-passion
Start Time: 8:00PM

On March 22nd and 24th, Resonance Works presents one of the greatest oratorios of all time, Bach’s St. John Passion. With universal themes including friendship and sacrifice, loyalty and betrayal, cruelty and compassion, Bach’s setting of scripture and poetry is a deeply human and intensely dramatic musical telling of the suffering and death of Christ.

Noted interpreter of Bach, tenor Joseph Gaines returns to Pittsburgh and to Resonance Works as the Evangelist, ten years after first performing this masterwork with conductor Maria Sensi Sellner. Pennsylvania native Joshua Jeremiah returns as Pilate and aria soloist, and newcomer Ivan Plazacic sings the role of Jesus. A cast of distinguished aria soloists including Katy Williams, Thespina Christulides, Corrie Stallings, Christina English, George Milosh, and William Ottow also serve as the core of the small chamber chorus, creating a powerful and uniquely intimate performance experience of this masterwork.
 
We are thrilled to be performing for the first time in the historic Heinz Memorial Chapel, which has long been associated with outstanding performances of Baroque masterworks! 
Resonance Works | Pittsburgh
Concert: Bach's St. John Passion

Web Address: https://www.resonanceworks.org/st-john-passion
Start Time: 8:00PM

On March 22nd and 24th, Resonance Works presents one of the greatest oratorios of all time, Bach’s St. John Passion. With universal themes including friendship and sacrifice, loyalty and betrayal, cruelty and compassion, Bach’s setting of scripture and poetry is a deeply human and intensely dramatic musical telling of the suffering and death of Christ.

Noted interpreter of Bach, tenor Joseph Gaines returns to Pittsburgh and to Resonance Works as the Evangelist, ten years after first performing this masterwork with conductor Maria Sensi Sellner. Pennsylvania native Joshua Jeremiah returns as Pilate and aria soloist, and newcomer Ivan Plazacic sings the role of Jesus. A cast of distinguished aria soloists including Katy Williams, Thespina Christulides, Corrie Stallings, Christina English, George Milosh, and William Ottow also serve as the core of the small chamber chorus, creating a powerful and uniquely intimate performance experience of this masterwork.
 
We are thrilled to be performing for the first time in the historic Heinz Memorial Chapel, which has long been associated with outstanding performances of Baroque masterworks! 
New York Opera Alliance Events & Performances
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Queens College Opera
The Magic Flute

Chased into a strange land by a giant serpent, Prince Tamino ends up on a quest with his new friend, Papageno, a bird-catcher.  As they seek enlightenment and romance, they find that it is difficult to tell the good guys from the bad.  Magic, mystery and Mozart at his best! 

Sung in German (with supertitles) with English dialogue; fully staged and costumed, performed with orchestra.

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