Haydn & Mozart with the Orchestra at St. Veronica's
Apr
22
3:00 PM15:00

Haydn & Mozart with the Orchestra at St. Veronica's

The Program

Haydn: Symphony No. 39 in G minor, Hob I/39

Mozart: Concerto in C major for Flute and Harp, KV 299/297
Mélanie Genin harp, Catherine Gregory flute

Mozart: Bella mia fiamma, addio—Resta, oh cara, KV 528

Haydn: Se la mia stella, from the comic opera Mondo della luna Hob. 28/7
Ariadne Greif, soprano

Schubert: Symphony No. 5 in Bb Major, D.485 (3 October, 1816)

The Orchestra at Saint Veronica: Michael S Feldman, Music Director;
Mitsuru Tsubota, Concertmaster; Catherine Gregory, flute;
Mélanie Genin, harp; Ariadne Greif, soprano

Tickets here!

This fourth concert is part of a grassroots effort now underway in the hopes of creating a multi-purpose spiritual space to further enrich community life here in the village.

Your attendance at this concert will demonstrate that the West Village and all of the adjacent neighborhoods want, will support, and fund a permanent home for music and arts.

Donations welcomed

The Church of St. Veronica’s, 149 Christopher Street

I think the strikingly dramatic interiors of this landmarked structure will attract community and even city-wide audiences for exciting performances by some of the city’s very best
musicians and singers.
Will you join me in helping to support these concerts?

—Sarah Jessica Parker

Please note that seating is first come, first served.

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Sarasota Opera: Classical Music Celebration
May
11
7:00 PM19:00

Sarasota Opera: Classical Music Celebration

ESFM Entertainment and InterMedia Productions of Sarasota present the first Classical Music Celebration May 11th at 7PM and May 12th at 1:30 and 7PM. 

CARisMA, a dynamic classical guitar duo, currently touring with Andrea Bocelli worldwide.  
Sven Stucke, acclaimed German violinist, Praised by the New York Concert Review as “effortless precision in his intonation and intense expressiveness” 
Ariadne Greif, Soprano. praised for her "luminous, expressive voice" ( The New York Times )
Roberto Borgatti, up and coming baritone who recently at the Metropolitan Room in NYC.
Maestro Raffaele Ponti - Award winning Conductor, Raffaele Ponti is an artist of dynamic personality, charismatic performances, and superb musicianship. He conducts both the Charlotte Orchestra and Paducah, Kentucky Orchestra
The Royal Symphony Orchestra is comprised of top musicians who play with various orchestras not only here in Florida, but internationally as well.
Aerialist Olga Coronas hails from Rudnii, Kazakhstan. 
A portion of the proceeds will go to the local Payton Wright Foundation.

For More Information, please visit  Classical Music Celebration Or call - Javier Merino +1-941-587-7386 Jim Flynn +1-941-374-3720 Janet Hawkes +1 404-316-0483

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Sarasota Opera: Classical Music Celebration
May
12
1:30 PM13:30

Sarasota Opera: Classical Music Celebration

ESFM Entertainment and InterMedia Productions of Sarasota present the first Classical Music Celebration May 11th at 7PM and May 12th at 1:30 and 7PM. 

CARisMA, a dynamic classical guitar duo, currently touring with Andrea Bocelli worldwide.  
Sven Stucke, acclaimed German violinist, Praised by the New York Concert Review as “effortless precision in his intonation and intense expressiveness” 
Ariadne Greif, Soprano. praised for her "luminous, expressive voice" ( The New York Times )
Roberto Borgatti, up and coming baritone who recently at the Metropolitan Room in NYC.
Maestro Raffaele Ponti - Award winning Conductor, Raffaele Ponti is an artist of dynamic personality, charismatic performances, and superb musicianship. He conducts both the Charlotte Orchestra and Paducah, Kentucky Orchestra
The Royal Symphony Orchestra is comprised of top musicians who play with various orchestras not only here in Florida, but internationally as well.
Aerialist Olga Coronas hails from Rudnii, Kazakhstan. 
A portion of the proceeds will go to the local Payton Wright Foundation.

For More Information, please visit  Classical Music Celebration Or call - Javier Merino +1-941-587-7386 Jim Flynn +1-941-374-3720 Janet Hawkes +1 404-316-0483

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Sarasota Opera: Classical Music Celebration
May
12
7:00 PM19:00

Sarasota Opera: Classical Music Celebration

ESFM Entertainment and InterMedia Productions of Sarasota present the first Classical Music Celebration May 11th at 7PM and May 12th at 1:30 and 7PM. 

CARisMA, a dynamic classical guitar duo, currently touring with Andrea Bocelli worldwide.  
Sven Stucke, acclaimed German violinist, Praised by the New York Concert Review as “effortless precision in his intonation and intense expressiveness” 
Ariadne Greif, Soprano. praised for her "luminous, expressive voice" ( The New York Times )
Roberto Borgatti, up and coming baritone who recently at the Metropolitan Room in NYC.
Maestro Raffaele Ponti - Award winning Conductor, Raffaele Ponti is an artist of dynamic personality, charismatic performances, and superb musicianship. He conducts both the Charlotte Orchestra and Paducah, Kentucky Orchestra
The Royal Symphony Orchestra is comprised of top musicians who play with various orchestras not only here in Florida, but internationally as well.
Aerialist Olga Coronas hails from Rudnii, Kazakhstan. 
A portion of the proceeds will go to the local Payton Wright Foundation.

For More Information, please visit  Classical Music Celebration Or call - Javier Merino +1-941-587-7386 Jim Flynn +1-941-374-3720 Janet Hawkes +1 404-316-0483

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SHUFFLE in NYC!
May
19
1:30 PM13:30

SHUFFLE in NYC!

Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church

152 W 66th St
New York NY

May 19, 2018

1:30 PM

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Contact Info

contact@SHUFFLEconcert.com

Ensemble:

Hassan Anderson, Oboe

Brendan Speltz, Violin

Sofia Nowik, Cello

Ariadne Greif, Soprano

Moran Katz, Clarinet

Eliran Avni, Piano

 

For ticket information please write to: contact@SHUFFLEconcert.com

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MATA Festival: Divine Mysteries
Apr
2
7:00 PM19:00

MATA Festival: Divine Mysteries

Ariadne performs David Gordon's 40-minute masterpiece Mysteria Incarnationis with Miranda Cuckson and Blair McMillan at the 2018 MATA Festival.

The 20th MATA Festival kicks off with MATA Divine Mysteries, the premiere event in a new initiative devoted to sacred music. The intimate interior of Yorkville’s evocative Church of the Epiphany will host a sunset ritual performed without pause. The centerpiece of the evening will be David M. Gordon’s (USA) mesmerizing song-cycle Mysteria Incarnationis, a forty-minute meditation on Christ’s taking on of human form, setting text of Ephrem the Syrian, sung in the original Syriac. Additional works by Shawn Jaeger (USA) and Lydia Winsor Brindamour (USA) (pale, pale light), together with a world premiere miniature from MATA Alumnus Nico Muhly (MATA 2004, 2008) will round out a spectacular night of contemporary sacred music. A new music dream team of Miranda Cuckson, Ariadne Greif, Blair McMillen, Sarah Brailey, and Russell Greenberg has been specially assembled to give life to the evening’s works.

Monday, April 2

7PM at the The Church of the Epiphany, 1393 York Avenue (at 74th St), NYC
$25

Tickets now available

Shawn Jaeger (USA): Thousands of Years to Make it What it Was (2015)
Lydia Winsor Brindamour (USA): pale, pale light (2015) NYP
Nico Muhly (USA): New Work (2018) WP – MATA Alumni Commission
David M. Gordon (USA): Mysteria Incarnationis (2015) NYP

Ariadne Greif, soprano
Sarah Brailey, soprano
Miranda Cuckson, violin
Blair McMillen, piano
Russell Greenberg, percussion

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Abandon Waiting | Alterity Chamber Orchestra
Mar
22
7:30 PM19:30

Abandon Waiting | Alterity Chamber Orchestra

Abandon Waiting
March 22, 2018 @ Orlando Ballet Company Studios
7 PM Doors - 7:30PM Show

Note: this concert will be held at the Orlando Ballet Company Studios, 610 N. Lake Formosa Drive.

We're back! This time out, our 17-piece chamber orchestra will be led by conductor Benoit Glazer, and will feature acclaimed soprano Ariadne Greif in a performance of The Pieces that Fall to Earth, by Christopher Cerrone. Greif is an Orlando favorite, having performed in the Orlando Philharmonic’s premiere Women in Song Series, and starred as Adina in Elixir of Love, and as Papagena in The Magic Flute.

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University of Colorado, Colorado Springs | Chapman Recital Hall
Mar
10
7:30 PM19:30

University of Colorado, Colorado Springs | Chapman Recital Hall

Chapman Foundations Recital Hall, ENT Center for the Arts

3955 REGENT CIRCLE
Colorado Springs CO

March 10, 2018

7:30 PM

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Contact Info

719-255-8227

Program

Standard SHUFFLE Performance / 75 minutes / No Intermission

Ensemble:

Hassan Anderson, Oboe

Siwoo Kim, Violin

Sofia Nowik, Cello

Ariadne Greif, Soprano

Moran Katz, Clarinet

Eliran Avni, Piano

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Strings Music Festival | Steamboat Springs, CO
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

Strings Music Festival | Steamboat Springs, CO

Strings Music Pavilion

900 Strings Rd.
Steamboat Springs CO

March 8, 2018

7:00 PM

Related Link

Contact Info

970-879-5056
strings@stringsmusicfestival.com

Program

Standard SHUFFLE Performance / 55-70 minutes / No Intermission,  featuring Steamboat Springs 7th/8th Grade Bands, and the Emerald Mountain School Orchestra.

Ensemble:

Hassan Anderson, Oboe

Brendan Speltz, Violin

Sofia Nowik, Cello

Ariadne Greif, Soprano

Moran Katz, Clarinet

Eliran Avni, Piano

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Lakewood Cultural Center, CO
Mar
3
7:30 PM19:30

Lakewood Cultural Center, CO

Lakewood Cultural Center

470 S. Allison Pkwy
Lakewood CO

March 3, 2018

7:30 PM

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Contact Info

Box Office: 
303-987-7845
Tickets@Lakewood.org

Program

Standard SHUFFLE Performance / 75 minutes / No Intermission

Ensemble:

Hassan Anderson, Oboe

Brendan Speltz, Violin

Sofia Nowik, Cello

Ariadne Greif, Soprano

Moran Katz, Clarinet

Eliran Avni, Piano

 

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SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS.
Feb
11
2:00 PM14:00

SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS.

SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS.
Three Gertrude Stein Plays in the Shape of an Opera

When an oddball couple, their sassy housekeeper, a sewing machine, and a deranged radio all start singing, Stein’s playful language is transformed into the ecstatic and uncannily beautiful new opera from composer Daniel Thomas Davis, librettist Adam Frank, and director-designer Doug Fitch. From a shopping expedition that turns into an erotic adventure to a presidential election party that goes prophetically and horribly wrong, Stein’s genius for upending convention is made startlingly relevant to our own cultural and political moment. This world premiere features an all-star lineup including vocalists Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek (Anonymous 4), Ariadne Greif, and Andrew Fuchs, joined by the Momenta Quartet and musical director David Bloom

TICKETS HERE

Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre 

Fri, Feb 9, 2018 7:30pm 

Sat, Feb 10, 2018 7:30pm 

Sun, Feb 11, 2018 2:00pm 

Expected Run Time is 90 minutes

Supported y the Isaiah Sheffer Fund for New Initiatives
In partnership with American Opera Projects

With support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

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SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS.
Feb
10
7:30 PM19:30

SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS.

SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS.
Three Gertrude Stein Plays in the Shape of an Opera

When an oddball couple, their sassy housekeeper, a sewing machine, and a deranged radio all start singing, Stein’s playful language is transformed into the ecstatic and uncannily beautiful new opera from composer Daniel Thomas Davis, librettist Adam Frank, and director-designer Doug Fitch. From a shopping expedition that turns into an erotic adventure to a presidential election party that goes prophetically and horribly wrong, Stein’s genius for upending convention is made startlingly relevant to our own cultural and political moment. This world premiere features an all-star lineup including vocalists Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek (Anonymous 4), Ariadne Greif, and Andrew Fuchs, joined by the Momenta Quartet and musical director David Bloom

TICKETS HERE

Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre 

Fri, Feb 9, 2018 7:30pm 

Sat, Feb 10, 2018 7:30pm 

Sun, Feb 11, 2018 2:00pm 

Expected Run Time is 90 minutes

Supported y the Isaiah Sheffer Fund for New Initiatives
In partnership with American Opera Projects

With support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

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SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS
Feb
9
7:30 PM19:30

SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS

SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS.
Three Gertrude Stein Plays in the Shape of an Opera

When an oddball couple, their sassy housekeeper, a sewing machine, and a deranged radio all start singing, Stein’s playful language is transformed into the ecstatic and uncannily beautiful new opera from composer Daniel Thomas Davis, librettist Adam Frank, and director-designer Doug Fitch. From a shopping expedition that turns into an erotic adventure to a presidential election party that goes prophetically and horribly wrong, Stein’s genius for upending convention is made startlingly relevant to our own cultural and political moment. This world premiere features an all-star lineup including vocalists Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek (Anonymous 4), Ariadne Greif, and Andrew Fuchs, joined by the Momenta Quartet and musical director David Bloom

TICKETS HERE

Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre 

Fri, Feb 9, 2018 7:30pm 

Sat, Feb 10, 2018 7:30pm 

Sun, Feb 11, 2018 2:00pm 

Expected Run Time is 90 minutes

Supported y the Isaiah Sheffer Fund for New Initiatives
In partnership with American Opera Projects

With support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

 

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Queen Creek Performing Arts Center
Jan
20
7:30 PM19:30

Queen Creek Performing Arts Center

Queen Creek Performing Arts Center

22149 E Ocotillo Rd
Queen Creek AZ

January 20, 2018

7:30 PM

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Contact Info

Phone Hours:
Tues - Fri 9:00am - 4:00pm
480-987-7469

Program

Time is TBD

Standard SHUFFLE Performance / 75 minutes / No Intermission

Ensemble:

Hassan Anderson, Oboe

Brendan Speltz, Violin

Sofia Nowik, Cello

Ariadne Greif, Soprano

Moran Katz, Clarinet

Eliran Avni, Piano

 

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Gold Canyon Arts Council, AZ
Jan
19
7:30 PM19:30

Gold Canyon Arts Council, AZ

Place & Time

Gold Canyon United Methodist Church

6640 S Kings Ranch Rd
Gold Canyon AZ

January 19, 2018

7:30 PM

Related Link

Contact Info

http://www.gcac1.com/cynsnds.html#TICKET (PayPal)
480-983-2171

Program

Standard SHUFFLE Performance / 75 minutes / No Intermission

Ensemble:

Hassan Anderson, Oboe

Brendan Speltz, Violin

Sofia Nowik, Cello

Ariadne Greif, Soprano

Moran Katz, Clarinet

Eliran Avni, Piano

 

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Safford Center for the Arts, AZ: Gila Valley Arts Council
Jan
17
7:00 PM19:00

Safford Center for the Arts, AZ: Gila Valley Arts Council

SHUFFLE in Arizona!

Safford Center for the Arts

980 S 14th Ave
Safford AZ

January 17, 2018

7:00 PM

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Contact Info

Phone: 928-348-7070
Tickets on sale Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 8:00 AM

Program

Standard SHUFFLE Performance / 75 minutes / No Intermission

Ensemble:

Hassan Anderson, Oboe

Brendan Speltz, Violin

Sofia Nowik, Cello

Ariadne Greif, Soprano

Moran Katz, Clarinet

Eliran Avni, Piano

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Celebrity Concert Series: Cox Performing Arts Center, UT
Jan
10
7:30 PM19:30

Celebrity Concert Series: Cox Performing Arts Center, UT

Cox Performing Arts Center

Dixie State University
225 South University Avenue
St. George UT

January 10, 2018

7:30 PM

Related Link

Contact Info

Michael J. Garcia
Central Ticketing Manager
Email: mjgarcia@dixie.edu
Phone: 435-652-7902
Office: Cox 209

Program

Standard SHUFFLE Performance / 75 minutes / No Intermission

Ensemble: 

Hassan Anderson, Oboe

Brendan Speltz, Violin

Sofia Nowik, Cello

Ariadne Greif, Soprano

Moran Katz, Clarinet

Eliran Avni, Piano

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Refugee Orchestra Project | Our Art, Our Stories
Nov
12
4:00 PM16:00

Refugee Orchestra Project | Our Art, Our Stories

Ariadne sings Matti Kovler's La Testa di Santa Caterina with conductor Lidiya Yankovskaya and the Refugee Orchestra.

“This Orchestra Wants to Change the Way the World Sees Refugees”- NowThis

“If there were a futures market for classical music, the touts would be pushing Lidiya Yankovskaya.” – WBUR

Refugee artists across disciplines come together in conversation and performance. The Refugee Orchestra Project brings together performance of works by refugee composers from the 20th century and today featuring refugee musicians, visual art by Babirye Leilah and Feda Eid, poetry by refugees performed by actress Andreina Carvo, and a mini-documentary by refugee filmmaker Tarek Turkey.

The Refugee Orchestra is under the direction of Lidiya Yankovskaya, Music Director of the Chicago Opera Theater.

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William Kentridge | Ursonate
Nov
6
7:00 PM19:00

William Kentridge | Ursonate

William Kentridge performs Ursonate

Perhaps best known for his stop-motion charcoal-drawing animations depicting the sociopolitical convolutions within contemporary postcolonial society in South Africa, Johannesburg artist William Kentridge interrogates Performa 17’s historical research theme of Dada in this new performance based on Kurt Schwitters’s seminal 1932 sound poem Ursonate.

The multimedia artist mixes film, drawing, and sculpture in his practice; this is his second Performa Commission. Recent solo exhibitions include the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, MoMA, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. His theater performances, created with Cape Town’s Handspring Puppet Company, have been presented at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Metropolitan Opera House, and Théâtre des Champs Élysées in Paris.

Sun, Nov. 5, 7:00pm

Mon, Nov. 6, 7:00pm

Run time: Approx 1hr 

Harlem Parish

258 West 118th Street
New York, NY 10026

$40, $25

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William Kentridge | Ursonate
Nov
5
7:00 PM19:00

William Kentridge | Ursonate

William Kentridge performs Ursonate

Perhaps best known for his stop-motion charcoal-drawing animations depicting the sociopolitical convolutions within contemporary postcolonial society in South Africa, Johannesburg artist William Kentridge interrogates Performa 17’s historical research theme of Dada in this new performance based on Kurt Schwitters’s seminal 1932 sound poem Ursonate.

The multimedia artist mixes film, drawing, and sculpture in his practice; this is his second Performa Commission. Recent solo exhibitions include the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, MoMA, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. His theater performances, created with Cape Town’s Handspring Puppet Company, have been presented at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Metropolitan Opera House, and Théâtre des Champs Élysées in Paris.

Sun, Nov. 5, 7:00pm

Mon, Nov. 6, 7:00pm

Run time: Approx 1hr 

Harlem Parish

258 West 118th Street
New York, NY 10026

$40, $25

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SUNY Fredonia
Oct
28
8:00 PM20:00

SUNY Fredonia

SHUFFLE at Fredonia!

Rosch Recital Hall

280 Central Ave
Fredonia NY

October 28, 2017

8:00 PM

716-673-3151
music@fredonia.edu

Ensemble:

Hassan Anderson, Oboe

Brendan Speltz, Violin

Sofia Nowik, Cello

Ariadne Greif, Soprano

Moran Katz, Clarinet

Eliran Avni, Piano

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SHUFFLE in NYC!
Oct
21
1:30 PM13:30

SHUFFLE in NYC!

Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church

152 W 66th St
New York NY

October 21, 2017

1:30 PM

Ensemble:

Hassan Anderson, Oboe

Brendan Speltz, Violin

Sofia Nowik, Cello

Ariadne Greif, Soprano

Moran Katz, Clarinet

Eliran Avni, Piano

 

For ticket information please write to:

contact@SHUFFLEconcert.com

 

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Mendelssohn | Animal Haven Benefit Concert
Oct
14
7:30 PM19:30

Mendelssohn | Animal Haven Benefit Concert

Ariadne sings Mendelssohn's concert aria "Infelice!" with The New York Orchestra, conducted by Michael Feldman in a benefit for Animal Haven animal shelter.

All are welcome and invited to the 4th annual Animal Haven Benefit Concert, presented by New York Orchestra. Come hear great music and support the cause of animal adoption! The program features the glorious music of FELIX MENDELSSOHN, conducted by Michael Feldman, with soloists Ariadne Greif, soprano, and violinist Una Tone. The rarely-performed Fair Melusina overture and 1834 concert aria Infelice! open the concert, followed by the magnificent Symphony No. 5 "Reformation".


Animal Haven will have volunteers present to speak about animal adoption and answer questions on how to begin the adoption process. A few adoptable animals will be on-hand, as well. Pet owners are encouraged to bring leashed pets to enjoy the performance! Wine reception to follow.  


Admission is FREE. Suggested donation $20 at the door. Doors open 7:20pm Concert begins 8:00pm.
Please join us for an evening of world-class music, in support of Animal Haven and animal adoption everywhere!
CHURCH OF THE HOLY APOSTLES
296 9th Ave. at 28th St.
New York, NY 10001

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AOP: Workshop of Victoria Bond's Gulliver's Travels
Oct
6
8:00 PM20:00

AOP: Workshop of Victoria Bond's Gulliver's Travels

American Opera Projects

238 South Oxford Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Brooklyn NY

October 6, 2017

8:00 PM

Composer Victoria Bond, librettist Stephen Greco and dramaturg/director Doug Fitch present a workshop performance of their opera-in-progress "Gulliver's Travels."  Commissioned by American Opera Projects through a grant from the Toulmin Foundation, the opera will premiere with the Gulf Coast Symphony in Florida in 2019.

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Mosaics: Concerts in the Heights
Oct
5
4:00 PM16:00

Mosaics: Concerts in the Heights

Works for voice and small instrumental group
Ariadne Greif - Soprano, Monica Bauchwitz - Violin, Karl Kramer - Horn, Hélène Jeanney - Piano

Concerts in the Heights (CITH) is a monthly chamber music series based at Lehman College Art Gallery at Lehman College, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY 10468 - designed to share musical performances and educational programs of the highest quality with the community. The goal of the series is twofold: to enable residents to enjoy music for small ensembles in an appropriately intimate setting, and to expose neighborhood residents, many of whom do not have access to chamber music, to quality performances, helping to develop new audiences for the art form.

Concerts @ Lehman College Art Gallery at Lehman College, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY 10468 (1 or D train)

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When a Man Loves Two Women | Metropolis Ensemble
Sep
19
7:30 PM19:30

When a Man Loves Two Women | Metropolis Ensemble

METROPOLIS ENSEMBLE PRESENTS

WHEN A MAN LOVES TWO WOMEN
 

OPERA AFTER FRASIER BY DOUG BALLIETT

An open-workshop performance of a comic opera inspired by Frasier's "When a Man Loves Two Women" episode.

The very word Frasier has become synonymous with intelligent writing, universal comedy, and a kind of humor for the "well-read". There is something almost of Lorenzo da Ponte (Mozart’s frequent collaborator) in the teleplays for Frasier and composer Doug Balliett has chosen one of the most Mozartean episodes, "When a Man Loves Two Women” (from Season Five of the celebrated show) to set to music.

Bringing the idea to life are 14 outstanding musicians and singers including new music stalwarts Deviant Septet, members of Metropolis Ensemble, along with a cast of some of New York's finest singers.

Frasier Crane: Jesse Blumberg

Niles Crane: Zackry Jonas-O'Toole

Martin Crane: Benjamin Matus

Daphne Moon: Marie Marquis

Cassandra Stone: Katherine Copland

Faye Moscowitz: Molly Quinn

Roz Doyle: Ariadne Greif

Violin: Katie Hyun

Double Bass: Nate Chase

Clarinet: Bill Kalinkos

Bassoon: Brad Balliett

Trumpet: Mike Gurfield

Trombone: Mike Lormand

Percussion: Dylan Greene

Tuesday, September 19

1 Rivington Street / 2nd Floor (Buzzer #1) / New York, NY
7:00pm (doors) / 7:30pm (event)


Tickets: $20 Preferred Seating / $10 General

Wine served before and after show, provided by Miro Cellars

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AOP: Six. Twenty. Outrageous.
Sep
18
6:00 PM18:00

AOP: Six. Twenty. Outrageous.

SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS.

Monday, September 18 | 6:00 PM
The Great Room - South Oxford Space
138 South Oxford St., Brooklyn, NY 11217
DIRECTIONS

AOP FIRST CHANCE DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS.
THREE GERTRUDE STEIN PLAYS IN THE SHAPE OF AN OPERA

Join AOP for a music reading of the new opera SIX. TWENTY. OUTRAGEOUS. When an oddball couple, their sassy housekeeper, a sewing machine, and a deranged radio all start singing, Stein’s playful language is transformed into the ecstatic and uncannily beautiful new opera from composer Daniel Thomas Davis, librettist Adam Frank, and director- designer Doug Fitch. From a shopping expedition that turns into an erotic adventure to a presidential election party that goes prophetically and horribly wrong, Stein’s genius for upending convention is made startlingly relevant to our own cultural and political moment. 

Featuring:
Ariadne Greif, soprano
Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, mezzo
Andrew Fuchs, tenor
with the Momenta String Quartet and pianist Joel Harder

Musical Director: David Bloom

Run time: 90 minutes, plus discussion and reception

TICKETS

The World Premiere of Six. Twenty. Outrageous. will be presented Feb 2019 by Symphony Space as part of their Fuse Project for new works, in partnership with American Opera Projects and presented with support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

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