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<< August 25, 2018 >>
Member Events in the National Opera Center
Kent's Concert Series I - An Evening of Music, from Hymns to the harmonies of Broadway
8:00PM - 8:00PM

Presented by Jeong Eun Kim

Piano Accompanist Jeong Eun (Kent) Kim's concert series. 
"An Evening with Kent: From the Sacred to the Profane"
Featuring Artist - Mezzo Soprano Yoojin Lee
Guest artist - Mezzo Soprano Kathryn Krasovec, Tenor David Lancelle and Guitarist Sheng Lei

For tickets, e-mail kent.recital@gmail.com.
Member Events
Union Avenue Opera
Community Event: Lost in the Stars

Web Address: https://unionavenueopera.org/2018-festival-season-2/
Start Time: 8:00PM

Merging influences from Broadway, traditional African music, jazz, and blues, Kurt Weill’s final work for the stage is a gripping musical tragedy based on Alan Paton’s novel Cry, the Beloved Country. Set in 1940s South Africa apartheid, Lost in the Stars tells the story of Absalom, the son of Stephen Kumalo, a local black preacher. When Absalom kills his white neighbor in a desperate bid to provide for his wife and child, he is arrested and sentenced to death. Before his son is executed, the murdered man’s father, James Jarvis, comes to the preacher to offer compassion and understand rather than hatred and retaliation. Lost in the Stars soars with thrilling operatic passages as it lays bare the tragedy of social barriers among all people, ending with a moving promise of reconciliation and hope for the future.

Single tickets are on sale for as low as $32 and subscription packages start at $80. Tickets may be purchased online at www.unionavenueopera.org, by phone at (314) 361-2881. Student rush tickets are available at the door for $15 (cash only) with a valid student ID. There is ample free parking available.

New York Opera Alliance Events & Performances
For more information on the New York Opera Alliance events below, click here to visit their website.
dell'Arte Opera Ensemble
Mozart and Salieri

OperaRox Productions
Ghost Variations Premiere Workshop

Clara Schumann’s life falls out from beneath her when her genius composer husband, Robert Schumann, experiences a mental health crisis. As Robert battles the hallucinations and dementia brought on by his illness, Clara must find a way to remain strong for her family, her friends, and herself. Ghost Variations re-imagines the real story of the Schumanns and their closest friend, Johannes Brahms, in the final years of Robert’s life. 

Ghost Variations was commissioned by OperaRox Productions and marks Tony Manfredonia’s first full-length opera.  It will receive its full production World Premiere in August 2019. 

August 19, 2018
Doors at 7:00pm, Performance at 7:30pm
Exclusive Talkback with Composer Tony Manfredonia and the Creative Team
Champagne Reception following

dell'Arte Opera Ensemble
Mozart and Salieri

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