handel march 3 and more

Our lovely audience for Keith Jameson/Cabaret Songs this past Friday enjoyed a fabulous evening. Keith sang approximately nine million words and won all hearts. Thank you all for coming and supporting operamission and the Greenwood Music Festival.

Great news — the Gershwin Hotel now has a liquor license, so grab a glass of wine and sample of cheeses from the café off the lobby to enjoy your next performance experience even more.

Please see support page to make your tax deductible contributions which will go towards our next two shows:

HANDEL at the Gershwin – Wednesday 3 March 2010 at 8:00 pm

Six magnificent voices in gems and rarities from George Frideric Handel’s London Operas

with baroque instruments

sopranos Amy van Roekel and Caroline Worra
mezzo-soprano Alteouise deVaughn
countertenor Daniel Bubeck
tenor Matthew Garrett
bass David Salsbery Fry

baroque violins Joan Plana and Beth Wenstrom
baroque viola Audrey Selph
baroque cello Ezra Seltzer
led from the harpsichord by Jennifer Peterson

and then, in April…

margot in flight

graphic courtesy of Tim Hill Images and Kate Burns Design

OPERA IN FLIGHT: new scenes and one-acts

‘Margot Alone in the Light’
librettist EMILY CONBERE
based on Ray Bradbury’s ‘All Summer in a Day’
featuring soprano MARTHA GUTH as Margot

composer and librettist EDWARD FICKLIN
featuring soprano ELIZABETH BROOKS as Claire

excerpts fromParadises Lost’ (in-progress)
based on the novella by Ursula Le Guin
featuring mezzo-soprano KIMBERLY SOGIOKA as Hsing

and ‘Forms of Flight’ by GEORGE FLYNN
for solo clarinet
featuring clarinetist CORY TIFFIN

two performances – Friday and Saturday, April 2 & 3, 2010 at 8:00 PM

all co-presented by Neke Carson at

About operamission

conductor, vocal coach, pianist, harpsichordist
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