Dec
13
7:00 PM19:00

Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

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Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

Back by popular demand: Based on the Mexican folk tale, Lucinda y las Flores de la Nochebuena tells the story of how the poinsettia became a meaningful symbol of the holiday season. Audience members have the added opportunity to participate in the Poinsettia Project -- an initiative to empower students to identify and celebrate their inner strength.

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Dec
13
11:00 AM11:00

Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

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Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

Back by popular demand: Based on the Mexican folk tale, Lucinda y las Flores de la Nochebuena tells the story of how the poinsettia became a meaningful symbol of the holiday season. Audience members have the added opportunity to participate in the Poinsettia Project -- an initiative to empower students to identify and celebrate their inner strength.

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Dec
13
9:30 AM09:30

Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

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Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

Back by popular demand: Based on the Mexican folk tale, Lucinda y las Flores de la Nochebuena tells the story of how the poinsettia became a meaningful symbol of the holiday season. Audience members have the added opportunity to participate in the Poinsettia Project -- an initiative to empower students to identify and celebrate their inner strength.

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Dec
12
7:00 PM19:00

Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

lucinda-43.jpg

Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

Back by popular demand: Based on the Mexican folk tale, Lucinda y las Flores de la Nochebuena tells the story of how the poinsettia became a meaningful symbol of the holiday season. Audience members have the added opportunity to participate in the Poinsettia Project -- an initiative to empower students to identify and celebrate their inner strength.

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Dec
12
11:00 AM11:00

Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

lucinda-43.jpg

Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

Back by popular demand: Based on the Mexican folk tale, Lucinda y las Flores de la Nochebuena tells the story of how the poinsettia became a meaningful symbol of the holiday season. Audience members have the added opportunity to participate in the Poinsettia Project -- an initiative to empower students to identify and celebrate their inner strength.

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Dec
12
9:30 AM09:30

Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

lucinda-43.jpg

Lucinda with San Francisco Opera

Back by popular demand: Based on the Mexican folk tale, Lucinda y las Flores de la Nochebuena tells the story of how the poinsettia became a meaningful symbol of the holiday season. Audience members have the added opportunity to participate in the Poinsettia Project -- an initiative to empower students to identify and celebrate their inner strength.

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Nov
18
3:00 PM15:00

Lucinda with UTRGV Opera Theater

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UTRGV Opera Theatre

The miracle story of the first poinsettia has seen many retellings in Mexican folklore. This opera version reimagines the folk tale as a coming-of-age story: Lucinda is discovering not only the poinsettia, but also herself. “Lucinda y las Flores de la Nochebuena” is an opera for the entire family!

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Nov
17
7:00 PM19:00

Lucinda with UTRGV Opera Theater

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UTRGV Opera Theatre

The miracle story of the first poinsettia has seen many retellings in Mexican folklore. This opera version reimagines the folk tale as a coming-of-age story: Lucinda is discovering not only the poinsettia, but also herself. “Lucinda y las Flores de la Nochebuena” is an opera for the entire family!

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Oct
21
3:00 PM15:00

The Schenectady Symphony featuring Michael Miller

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If Only Lenny Were Here

Arias and Barcaroll es was Bernstein's last composition. The final movement of that work is a wordless "Nachspiel." This cycle begins and ends with a nod to that work...conjuring the spirit of Lenny for the performance and then reflecting on his life and words at the end.

Art's place in society always comes into question, especially during tense political and social times. But for every unanswered question, it seems that Bernstein always had an answer. 

Hear the orchestral premiere with the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Charles Schneider,  featuring baritone Michael Miller.

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Jun
25
4:00 PM16:00

NATS Breakout Session (Performance)

Sister Show Me Eternity

A new work of music theater, Sister – Show me Eternity: Scenes of Sisterhood, Seclusion, and Strength offers a glimpse into the private life of Emily Dickinson and her sisters. This work explores the power of art song beyond the traditional recital parameters, and reinvents a typical song recital by integrating the performance of contemporary American art song with movement and text. Featured performers include sopranos Anne Jennifer Nash and Sylvia Stoner, mezzo-soprano Sharon O’Connell Campbell, and pianist Evan Mack.

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Jun
1
7:30 PM19:30

The Dogs of Desire

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The Dogs of Desire featuring Heather Jones

The Albany Symphony's acclaimed ensemble, Dogs of Desire, perform innovative new works by today's most adventurous composers.  Hear the Dogs, with soprano Nancy Allen Lundy, perform Del Tredici's devilish melodrama Dracula with three world premiere works by Carlos Simon, Derrick Spiva, and Water Music NY composer, Annika Socolofsky. Heather Jones will sing Evan Mack's song cycle, Preach Sister, Preach.

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May
6
11:15 AM11:15

Dream of Freedom

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This Sunday, May 6:

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MUSIC SUNDAY  -  11:15 am

The All Souls Choir and Music Director Anthony Edwards will present Dream of Freedom, a choral suite by Evan Mack featuring the poetry of Langston Hughes (1902-1967). Langston Hughes, born in Joplin, MO, was an American poet, novelist, and playwright whose African-American themes made him a primary contributor to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s. He continuously fought for social justice and racial equality through his literature. 

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