artist recital series

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The final Thursday of each month, we are presenting a 90-minute program of great singers in both the traditional and lesser-known art song repertoire.

Tickets for the first three programs are currently on sale for $20 at operamission.brownpapertickets.com.

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The first three recitals in the series are March 26, April 30, and May 28, 2015, all at 8:00 PM in the Rehearsal Hall of the National Opera Center at OPERA America located at 330 Seventh Avenue (at 29th Street), 7th floor, New York, NY 10001. Wine and cheese will be served.

The Programs

recital 1 picsMarch 26, 2015 – GERMAN SONG: A TOUR – tenor Mark Duffin, baritone Grant Youngblood, soprano Elisabeth Turchi, countertenor David Stanley

Ludwig van Beethoven’s Liederkreis an die ferne Geliebte, sung by tenor MARK DUFFIN, and Richard Strauss’ Opus 27 (“Ruhe, meine Seele,” “Cäcilie,” “Heimliche Aufforderung,” and “Morgen!”), sung by baritone GRANT YOUNGBLOOD, present the universal themes that bear the burden of our personal dramas.  Soprano ELISABETH TURCHI and countertenor DAVID STANLEY tie together the themes with a rich selection of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Schubert, Johannes Brahms, and Hugo Wolf in an elegantly curated program.

Please join us for this distinctive program.  Tickets are $20, wine and cheese included.

PDF of March 26 program

PDF of April 30 program

recital 2 picsApril 30, 2015 – SCHUMANN, DEBUSSY, GRIEG – tenor David Kellett, soprano Lauren Kelleher, baritone Brian Mextorf

Robert Schumann’s Dichterliebe, tenor DAVID KELLETT
Claude Debussy’s Ariettes oubliées, soprano LAUREN KELLEHER
Edvard Grieg’s Six Songs, Op. 48, baritone BRIAN MEXTORF

klein sogioka picsMay 28. 2015
Tenor Adam Klein‘s Schwanengesang by Franz Schubert is paired with mezzo-soprano Kimberly Sogioka‘s Les nuits d’été in Hector Berlioz’ original 1841 version.

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