New Search

If you are not happy with the results below please do another search

90 search results for: 96

1

Road Trip – Day 15: Pat’s Road Trip – Full of Great Art & Great People

Central City Opera’s General/Artistic Director Pat Pearce hits the road, making his way from Denver to New York City for annual auditions. Experience his travels as he shares his inspiring insights, beautiful art, stunning performances and infamous friends along the way. My last day started out on the plains in Kansas and ended with the […]

2

Road Trip – Day 5: Breakfast with John

Central City Opera’s General/Artistic Director Pat Pearce hits the road, making his way from Denver to New York City for annual auditions. Experience his travels as he shares his inspiring insights, beautiful art, stunning performances and infamous friends along the way. DAY 5 “Breakfast in John Moriarty beautiful kitchen and a shot of big Red […]

3

Road Trip: Day 4 – Opera Philadelphia

Central City Opera’s General/Artistic Director Pat Pearce hits the road, making his way from Denver to New York City for annual auditions. Experience his travels as he shares his inspiring insights, beautiful art, stunning performances and infamous friends along the way. DAY 4 “Opening Night of Tancredi at Opera Philadelphia.” DAY 4 “The Academy of […]

4

Four Lessons With Central City Opera

By Nora DeMilta The first time I heard the name, Central City Opera, I was sitting in the second row of my Intro to Arts Management class during my sophomore year at Baldwin Wallace University. Our guest speaker came in to tell us about his career in arts management, offer advice, and field any questions […]

6

Central City Opera Podcast: Week Five – Getting to Know You (Better)

This week’s episodes feature interviews with three of the principal covers performing in the Nina Odescalchi Kelly Family Matinee performance of THE BALLAD OF BABY DOE:  Helen Huang, soprano (Baby Doe); Alice Anne Light, mezzo-soprano (Augusta Tabor); and Adam Richardson, baritone (Horace Tabor). You’ll also hear from the romantic leads of our main stage operas, tenor Jonathan Burton (Mario […]

7

Central City Opera Podcast: Week Four – Shaping the Opera Stars of Tomorrow

This week’s episodes feature interviews with the Director and Administrator of the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Artists Training Program, Michael Ehrman; the Principal Coach/Diction Coach, Michael Baitzer; soprano and Apprentice Artist Ashley Fabian (Kate in THE BALLAD OF BABY DOE, Shepherd Child in TOSCA, and Betty Braswell in THE IMPRESARIO); mezzo-soprano and Studio Artist Tatiana Ogan (Meg in […]

8

Central City Opera Podcast – Week Three: Baby Doe Meets Tosca – Sharing the Stage

This week’s episodes feature interviews with mezzo-soprano Susanne Mentzer (Augusta Tabor in The Ballad of Baby Doe); bass-baritone Donald Hartmann (Sacristan in Tosca and William Jennings Bryan in The Ballad of Baby Doe); mezzo-soprano Sarah Barber (Mama McCourt in The Ballad of Baby Doe); and Tom Getty, Assistant Conductor and Surtitlist. Listen to the episodes by […]

9

Read What the Press Has to Say

“Tosca is taut, tight, and thrilling” – Daily Camera “Lean and Mean Tosca“ – Opera Today “Tosca…both well-conceived and blessed with phenomenal voices” – ColoradoDrama “The Ballad of Baby Doe with a hip, canny, multi-faceted new production“ – Opera Today “The Ballad of Baby Doe…stellar Central City Opera production.” – ColoradoDrama  “Baby Doe…still seduces in Central City” – […]

10

“Tosca” Troubles: Famous Mishaps

The opera Tosca has been plagued by many mishaps, even as far back as the premiere in 1900!  The very first performance of Tosca had to deal with bomb threats because of political unrest in Rome. (Life imitating art? Possibly.) Here are more mishaps that have occurred in performances of Tosca: A heavy-set soprano jumped […]