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2012-2013 season

Coming up soon, operamission is plowing forth with our ‘from the composer to the audience’ mission by presenting Arnold Schoenberg’s melodrama Pierrot Lunaire on the eve of the 100th anniversary of its premiere (Berlin, 16 October 1912). Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Berkebile … Continue reading

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spring 2011

Next up for operamission — RECITAL & LIVE RECORDING SESSION – SOPRANO MARCY RICHARDSON sings ‘Seconda Donna’ Arias from Handel’s Italian Operas presented by operamission and Neke Carson at the Gershwin Hotel Showpieces rarely heard and recorded from: Almira, Ariodante, … Continue reading

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operamission plans…

Planning phase in full swing for three more operamission events: 1 – Friday, January 29, 2010, 8pm – KEITH JAMESON / CABARET SONGS – tenor Keith Jameson joins operamission and pianist Jennifer Peterson for a memorable one-night-only cabaret concert at the … Continue reading

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handel at the gershwin

‘HANDEL at the Gershwin’ was an all-around success this past Friday, and operamission cruises into the holiday season as a happy, healthy infant. Composer Edward Ficklin captured the spirit of the evening here. If you missed it, and would like … Continue reading

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August…

Slow summer? Ummm… Since returning from Oberlin I’ve spent the month coaching the dedicated few singers, who are, along with me, daring to face the recession as just another artistic challenge. NYC pollution being the current enemy, I find any … Continue reading

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Baroque Performance Institute

After finishing a nicely fulfilling, enjoyable, and ultimately relaxing Oregonian ‘BB5’ I headed into the second of two weeks of one of my favorite musical endeavors. The Oberlin College-Conservatory of Music hosts one of our country’s oldest and finest baroque music … Continue reading

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