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Washington National Opera Announces 2021-2022 Season VideoWashington National Opera Announces 2021-2022 Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 13, 2021

Washington National Opera today announced its 2021–2022 season featuring a triumphant return to the Opera House stage, four world premiere commissions celebrating the Kennedy Center’s 50th Anniversary, debuts from acclaimed and rising opera stars, the return to the pit for Principal Conductor Evan Rogister and the WNO Orchestra & Chorus, and more.

VIDEO: Nico Muhly and Isabel Leonard on MARNIE VideoVIDEO: Nico Muhly and Isabel Leonard on MARNIE
by Alan Henry - Oct 31, 2018

In the video below, composer Nico Muhly and mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard discuss Marnie during intermission of the La Fanciulla del West Live in HD broadcast, with host Susanna Phillips..

VIDEO: Nico Muhly on The Met Opera's MARNIE VideoVIDEO: Nico Muhly on The Met Opera's MARNIE
by Alan Henry - Oct 25, 2018

In the video below, composer Nico Muhly discusses specific musical elements of his new opera Marnie, starring Isabel Leonard, Christopher Maltman, and Iestyn Davies, with Robert Spano conducting Michael Mayer's production.

VIDEO: Arianne Phillips and Isabel Leonard on Marnie's Costumes VideoVIDEO: Arianne Phillips and Isabel Leonard on Marnie's Costumes
by Alan Henry - Oct 24, 2018

In the video below, watch Costume designer Arianne Phillips and mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard, who plays the title role, discuss the many costumes in Nico Muhly's 'Marnie' with host Susan Graham during intermission of the Live in HD transmission of 'Samson et Dalila.'

VIDEO: 'I See Forio' from The Met Opera's MARNIE VideoVIDEO: 'I See Forio' from The Met Opera's MARNIE
by Alan Henry - Oct 23, 2018

In the video below, Isabel Leonard sing 'I See Fario' from Nico Muhly's new opera Marnie, starring Isabel Leonard, Christopher Maltman, and Iestyn Davies, with Robert Spano conducting Michael Mayer's production. 

VIDEO: Get A First Look At The Met Opera's MARNIE VideoVIDEO: Get A First Look At The Met Opera's MARNIE
by Alan Henry - Oct 18, 2018

In the video below, watch a trailer for Nico Muhly's new opera Marnie, starring Isabel Leonard, Christopher Maltman, and Iestyn Davies, with Robert Spano conducting Michael Mayer's production. 2018-19 season.

VIDE: Preview The Met's US Premiere of MARNIE VideoVIDE: Preview The Met's US Premiere of MARNIE
by Alan Henry - Oct 12, 2018

Isabel Leonard sings the title character's aria, with composer Nico Muhly at the piano and Nadia Sirota on viola, at National Sawdust. “Marnie” has its U.S. premiere at the Met on October 19.

VIDEO: Get A First Look At Alliance Theatre's CANDIDE VideoVIDEO: Get A First Look At Alliance Theatre's CANDIDE
by Alan Henry - May 15, 2018

The ALLIANCE THEATRE in Atlanta is currently staging CANDIDE, directed by ALLIANCE THEATRE Jennings Hertz Artistic Director Susan V. Booth with musical direction by Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Music Director Robert Spano. Get a first look at the production below!

VIDEO: Christopher Sieber Explains CANDIDE in Three Minutes VideoVIDEO: Christopher Sieber Explains CANDIDE in Three Minutes
by Alan Henry - May 15, 2018

The Alliance Theatre in Atlanta is currently staging CANDIDE, directed by Alliance Theatre Jennings Hertz Artistic Director Susan V. Booth with musical direction by Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Music Director Robert Spano. In the video below, watch Christopher Sieber explain the show in three minutes!

STAGE TUBE: Osvaldo Golijov on BSO's 'La Pasion Segun San Marcos'
by Stage Tube - Dec 31, 2013

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra music director Robert Spano, whose ties to the BSO go back two decades, returns to lead a work given its United States premiere by the BSO under his direction in 2001-Osvaldo Golijov's La Pasion segun San Marcos ('The Passion According to St. Mark'). The Jewish, Latin American-raised Golijov was one of four composers from different religious and musical traditions asked to compose a Passion setting to mark the 250th anniversary of Bach's death and the end of the second millennium. Golijov's vibrant, immediate, pan-Latin American approach draws on multiple musical and Christian traditions in presenting this universal narrative. The BSO is joined by a cast of stylistically diverse performers central to the original creation of this remarkable piece.