53rd street handel, the morning after


‘The Morning After’

an original Handel mini-pastiche

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
7:15 PM
NYPL’s 53rd Street Library
18 W. 53rd Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, New York City
an original one-hour pastiche of Handel opera
curated by conductor Jennifer Peterson and countertenor Jordan Rutter
performed with baroque instruments

Scenes from:
Agrippina, Alcina, Ariodante, Floridante, Il Pastor Fido, Orlando, Ottone, and Rodrigo

The cast:
soprano Marcy Richardson as “Teofane”
mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Bouk as “Ariodante”
countertenor Jordan Rutter as “Ottone”
tenor Christopher Sokolowski as “Giuliano”
baritone Brian Mextorf as “Emireno”

Are you curious what happens when February 14 doesn’t exactly go as planned?


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Please click to view the SYNOPSIS/TRANSLATION Projections for this program.

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