händel’s almira

Click here to view a PDF of the program.

This original illustration by Tomi Um beautifully conveys the essence of operamission‘s upcoming North American professional stage premiere of Georg Friedrich Händel’s first opera, which he wrote in 1704 when he was working in Hamburg, Germany, at age 19:

ALMIRA, Königin von Castilien

(Almira, Queen of Castile)

Performed in its original German & Italian, Almira will be staged with baroque orchestra. Jennifer Peterson conducts, Jeff Caldwell directs. The cast:  sopranos Christy Lombardozzi, Nell Snaidas and Kristen Plumley; tenors Keith Jameson and Karim Sulayman; baritones Michael Weyandt and David Kravitz; and bass Mark Risinger.

Visit Brown Paper Tickets and type in “Almira” or just click this link to purchase your tickets in advance.

THREE PERFORMANCES ONLY:

Saturday May 26, Tuesday May 29, and Thursday May 31, all at 7:30 PM

presented by operamission and Neke Carson at the Gershwin Hotel

7 E. 27th Street, New York, NY 10016

And don’t forget to send your tax-deductible love to operamission through Fractured Atlas by clicking this link.

We have also launched a fundraising campaign on Indiegogo which is easy to share through your own favorite websites – spread the word, spread the link – http://www.indiegogo.com/almira — and thanks for your support!

Please feel free to share the Press Release, and visit our ‘meet the cast’ page.


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3 Responses to händel’s almira

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  3. gopoweryoga says:

    What a gorgeous poster! Wish I could have seen this, Jen. – Caroline

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