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<< April 21, 2016 >>
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A Streetcar Named Desire Opera San José
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Maria Stuarda Edmonton Opera
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"Joy Alone" a Recital performed by Soprano Stephanie Gilbert and Pianist Jonathan Marro
7:00PM - 8:30PM

Presented by Stephanie Gilbert

We are excited to present Joy Alone, a classical voice recital performed by Soprano Stephanie Gilbert and Pianist Jonathan C. Marro.  Selections will include songs and arias by Beethoven, Charpentier, Dvorak, Heggie, and Larsen.  New music by Maine composers Timothy Burns, Josh Newton, and Paul Thomas will also be featured.

Stephanie Gilbert is a Soprano residing in New York City.  She was awarded her masters degree from the Yale School of Music where she studied with Doris Yarick-Cross and coaches Douglas Dickson, Timothy Shaindlin, Marc Verzatt, and Kyle Swann.  In December 2011, she was the Soprano Soloist in the Hartford Symphony Orchestra's performance of Vaughn Williams' Hodie.  Stephanie performed the role of Bertha in Opera Theater of Connecticut’s Barber of Seville in August 2011.  Favorite roles with Yale Opera include Miriam in Hoiby's The Scarf, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, and Countess Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro.  At the University of Southern Maine, Stephanie sang the title role in Suor Angelica and performed in the USM Honors Recital in '07, '08, and '09.  She was the 1st place winner of the Maine NATS Competition in 2007 and 2008 and the recipient of the Lillian Nordica Memorial Scholarship in 2008. 

Jonathan C. Marro is a Pianist and Music Director living in New York. He is an alum of the University of Southern Maine where he received his Music and Theatre training. Currently, he is performing as Associate Conductor with NETwork's international production of Shrek The Musical! Regional credits include conducting The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina's production of Singing' In The Rain and the American Premiere of the Germaine Tillion operetta In The Underworld in Portland, Maine. Recent OOB credits include The Spoonriver Project (The Chain Theatre), Wedding Singer (The Secret Theatre). Other favorite past credits include MSMT: Spring Awakening (AMD), Xanadu  (Keys 2); USM: The Drowsy Chaperone (AMD), The Wild Party (Lippa) (AMD).

This event is not ticketed. 
Ruimonte's Manhattan Series, concert number 3: "Mezzo Meets Bass: Visit Cuba"
8:00PM - 9:00PM

Presented by Ana Maria Diaz de Lewine

Musicians: 
Ana María Ruimonte, Spanish Mezzo & Soprano
Alan Lewine, double bass
Rex Benincasa, percussion
John Kamman, guitar 

“MMB: Visit Cuba” brings us the unique world fusion music and the rhythms of Mezzo Meets Bass: Classical, jazz, flamenco, sephardic and American influences featuring mostly Spanish-language material for “9 Centuries of Music”. You have never heard anything like this before! 

Ana Maria Ruimonte sings Spanish and Latin-American pieces by García Lorca, Silvestre Revueltas, Gerardo Guevara, Villa-Lobos, Pepe Guizar, García Caturla and others. Alan Lewine on the double bass, John Kamman on the guitar and Rex Benincasa on the percussion are our orchestral team with the arrangements of Alan Lewine. Tickets are $10 / $8 students, www.mkt.com/owlsong.

We appreciate the support of the Asociación de Artistas, Intérpretes o Ejecutantes de España. 

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