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We are continuing the series of 53rd Street Handel… FREE one-hour concert An operamission original mini-pastiche: ‘The Politics of Love and Rivalry in Handel’s London Operas’ (co-curated by conductor Jennifer Peterson and countertenor Jordan Rutter) PLEASE JOIN US: WHEN: Wednesday, October … Continue reading
We are currently raising funds for Handel’s Rinaldo. Production details: Tuesday and Thursday, June 14 and 16, 2016, both at 7:00 PM — Merkin Concert Hall at the Kaufman Music Center in New York City — the complete opera in concert … Continue reading
FURIOSO: an Evening of Handel Opera Friday, July 18, 2014 in Bloomington, Indiana Conductor Jennifer Peterson led a period orchestra in a thrilling evening of Italian music drama, featuring sopranos Martha Eason, Evelyn Nelson, Kathryn Summersett; countertenor Andrew Rader; tenor Christopher Sokolowski; and baritone Kevin de Benedictis. Please … Continue reading
Processing, planning, moving forward… August and September of 2011 have made up a true whirlwind of operatic activity. We attacked, both in unique operamission fashion, two of the greatest operas in the repertoire – Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro and … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce our upcoming presentation… In marking the 250th Anniversary of the end George Frideric Handel’s massive accomplishment, we are bringing some of the hottest highlights of Baroque Opera to New York City. Please join us Friday, … Continue reading