Video Published: 14 Mar 2019

Emerging Artist Recital: Chautauqua Opera Young Artists

Discover up-and-coming talent in this recital featuring artists from Chautauqua Opera: soprano Kayla White, mezzo-sopranos Quinn Middleman and Sarah Saturnino, and pianists Miriam Charney and Jeremy Gill.

Originally recorded on March 14, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. at OPERA America's National Opera Center in New York City as part of OPERA America Onstage.

Performers

Kayla White, soprano
Quinn Middleman, mezzo-soprano
Sarah Saturnino, mezzo-soprano
Miriam Charney, pianist
Jeremy Gill, pianist 

Program

"A Rocking Hymn" by Gilda Lyons
Quinn Middleman and Miriam Charney

"Canción de cuna para dormir a un negrito" and "Canto negro" from Cinco Canciones Negras by Xavier Montsalvatge
Sarah Saturnino and Miriam Charney

"Lucea, Jamaica" by Gity Razaz
Kayla White and Jeremy Gill

"Die drei Schwestern" From Sechs Gesänge, Op. 13 by Alexander von Zemlinsky
Quinn Middleman and Jeremy Gill

"Die stille Stadt" from Fünf Lieder by Alma Mahler
Quinn Middleman and Jeremy Gill

"Rose" by Jeremy Gill
Sarah Saturnino and Jeremy Gill

"La rosa y el sauce" by Carlos Guastavino
Sarah Saturnino and Jeremy Gill

"Sissieretta Jones, Carnegie Hall, 1902: O Patria Mia" by George Lam
Kayla White and Jeremy Gill

"The Gossips" from Camille Claudel: Into the Fire by Jake Heggie
Sarah Saturnino and Jeremy Gill

"Reflets" and "Au pied de mon lit" by Lili Boulanger
Quinn Middleman and Miriam Charney

"Minstrel Man" from Three Dream Portraits (1959) by Margaret Bonds
Kayla White and Miriam Charney

"He had a dream" from Free at Last — A Portrait of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Lena McLin
Kayla White and Miriam Charney

"Toccata: Ride on King Jesus" from Cantata by John Daniels Carter
Kayla White and Miriam Charney

“Hou, hou, hou, stojí mĕsíc nad vodou!” from Rusalka by Antonín Dvořák
Kayla White, Quinn Middleman, Sarah Saturnino and Jeremy Gill


This video may have been edited due to copyright constraints on the musical content and therefore may not match the program as originally performed.

OPERA America Onstage is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by grants from the Amphion Foundation and the Aaron Copland Fund for Music.