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<< August 27, 2018 >>
OPERA America Events
Other: Recording Days
Web Address: http://operaamerica.org/RecordingDays
Start Time: 10:00AM

With Recording Days, singers can achieve high-quality, professional recordings and stay on budget! During one-hour appointments, singers work with professional sound engineers to record their material in the acoustically excellent Marc A. Scorca Hall.

Appointments are offered on the hour from 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Registration is $150 for members and $200 for non-members. HD video recordings available for an additional $50. Visit operaamerica.org/RecordingDays to register.

Recording Days are made possible, in part, by generous support from the Howard Gilman Foundation.

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Community Event: Directors' Salon - Viva VERDI

Web Address: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/viva-verdi-the-promised-end-directors-salon-tickets-48347932969?aff=ehomecard
Start Time: 7:00PM

Join the directors, designers, and artists of Viva V.E.R.D.I. - The Promised End, along with a panel of luminaries from the fields of opera, Shakespearean theater, and the science of aging and the human brain, for a conversation on the themes of Verdi's monumental Requiem and the composer himself, Shakespeare's equally towering King Lear and its meditation on aging through grace and forgiveness, and the power of the arts in our physical, mental, and spiritual lives. The evening features a public conversation on these topics led by In Series Artistic Director Timothy Nelson, varied musical performances, and an open Q & A session. Followed by refreshments.

Dig ever deeper into the experience of music and creation through the first Director's Salon of the 2018-2019 r(E)volution! season,

We are proud to be joined for this event by representatives of our friends at the Washington National Opera and the Washington Shakespeare Theatre, as well as the National Institutes of Health.

Special Guests:

Robert Ainsley , Washington National Opera
Drew Lichtenberg, Washington Shakespeare Theatre
Dr. David Jangraw, National Institutes of Health

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