recent operamission posts
- RT @handel53rd: projections / synopsis / translations – operamission.files.wordpress.com/2016/08/53rd-s… ... 5 days ago
- Free concert Wednesday at 7:15pm at the 53rd Street @nypl – operamission.org/2016/08/12/53r… –@drop in to hear our original pastiche! ... 6 days ago
- RT @gaspsiagore: Handel mini-pastiche at the 53rd Street NYPL tomorrow – operamission.org/2016/08/12/53r… – FREE concert, great singing, great music! ... 6 days ago
- Amin Maalouf's libretto of Saariaho's L'AMOUR DE LOIN and English translation by @GeorgeHallMusic – tripoli-city.org/amour/ ... 1 week ago
- RT @gaspsiagore: @MichaelWeyandt @KimberlySogioka issuu.com/scoresondemand… ... 1 week ago
Tag Archives: gershwin hotel
To purchase tickets for Handel’s Agrippina, January 16, 18, and 19, click… And in the meantime, we’d like to announce our first…official…public… And please SUPPORT operamission by making a tax-deductible contribution, thank you!
Clint Borzoni and Edward Ficklin’s new full-length opera Antinous and Hadrian is out in the world…. operamission is proud, thrilled, and excited for this important opera’s future. The season continues right away! Friday and Saturday, September 13 and 14 at 8:00 … Continue reading
Handel’s Rodrigo – contribute now! To purchase your tickets, just click on Tomi Um’s original illustration:And more information: PDF of Press Release and Complete Press Kit Click to view a PDF of the program, enjoy!
Handel’s Rodrigo (“Vincer se stesso è la maggior vittoria”) HWV 5 May 21, 23, and 25 at 7:30 pm, 2013 presented by operamission and Neke Carson at the Gershwin Hotel 5 East 27th Street in New York City (just east of … Continue reading
(photos of ‘kurt weill uncovered’ by Cory Weaver) Join us Monday, December 10 at 8:00 PM for a spontaneous Art Song Jam – classical open mic, $10 cover, bring an art song to sing, or just come listen, presented by operamission … Continue reading
It’s time for an operamission update! In case you missed them, please take a glance at the three great reviews for our recent North American Premiere of G.F. Händel’s first opera Almira. Several events are brewing on numerous front burners, plans … Continue reading