Operalogue: Brettl-Lieder and ‘L’Heure Espagnole’

Published by February 14, 2017 10:00 pm Leave your thoughts

Tri-Cities Opera presents the Operalogue of the double-bill, the Brettl-Lieder, cabaret songs by Arnold Schoenberg, and Ravel’s comedy ‘L’Heure Espagnole’.

Binghamton University Professor Paul Schleuse gives background on both works assisted by members of the cast. General Director Susan Ashbaker chats with the music and stage directors and the cast.

Host: General Director Susan Ashbaker

Conductor: William Hobbs

Stage Director: James Kenon Mitchell

Brettl-Lieder

Soprano: Stacey Geyer

Accompanist: William Hobbs

‘L’Heure Espagnole’

Concepcion: Mary Beth Nelson

Torquemada: Patrick Park

Ramiro: Scott Purcell

Don Inigo Gomez: Jake Stamatis

Gonsalve: Jordan Schreiner

Accompanist: John Elam

Performances are February 17-26 in the Opera Center, 315 Clinton Street, Binghamton.

 

Photo credit: Randy Cummings of Bunn Hill Photography for Tri-Cities Opera

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