New Works Showcase

OPERA America presents the New Works Showcase as part of the New Works Forum 2020.

View the program here.

Hear excerpts from three new American works, each influenced by a particular style of folk music.
  • Omar, by Rhiannon Giddens and Michael Abels, about a scholar living in West Africa who is captured and sold as a slave in Charleston, South Carolina. Produced by Spoleto Festival USA.
  • Marymere, Matthew Schickele’s folk opera about love, loyalty, and murder on the American frontier. Produced by The American Opera Project.
  • HATUEY: Memory of Fire, a soaring Cuban-Yiddish opera by Frank London and Elise Thoron about a love story in a Havana nightclub in 1931. Produced by Music-Theatre Group.
Featuring a special performance by Opera Cowgirls.
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