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<< May 8, 2018 >>
OPERA America Member Productions
Anna Bolena Canadian Opera Company
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María de Buenos Aires Fort Worth Opera
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Norma Houston Grand Opera
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Jesus Christ Superstar Lyric Opera of Chicago
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Cendrillon Metropolitan Opera
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Tosca Metropolitan Opera
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Falstaff Opera Colorado
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Don Giovanni Heartbeat Opera
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Member Events in the National Opera Center
Voice and Piano Recital: Karen Kness, soprano and Lia Jensen-Abbott, piano
12:00PM - 1:00PM

Presented by Karen Kness

Voice and piano recital presented by Karen Kness, soprano and voice faculty at Western Michigan University, and Lia Jensen-Abbott, piano and music faculty at Albion University. Works by Purcell, Mompou, Poulenc, Beethoven and Verdi.

This event is not ticketed.
New York Opera Alliance Events & Performances
For more information on the New York Opera Alliance events below, click here to visit their website.
Regina Opera
Free Sneak Peek - Aida

A free sneak peek at our latest opera production, fully staged with piano accompaniment and English supertitles. No tickets or reservations required.
Heartbeat Opera
Don Giovanni

While Don Giovanni dances at the edge of a precipice, three extraordinary women pursue him, each seeking their own reckoning, pleasure, and liberation. Is the great seducer destroying or empowering the women he encounters? What story does the sublime music tell? This visceral new production wrestles with Mozart’s elusive masterpiece in our present cultural moment.

 

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