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8:00pm

Opening Gala: Flamenco

Festival Stage- Parish Field.

” EL AMOR BRUJO “ by Manuel De Falla with full orchestra under the baton of Elizabeth Scott, Mezzo-soprano Solange Merdinian, Flamenco dancers and musicians.

Thursday, July 31st

5:00pm

Wesleyan Church.

Open free  public workshop: Shape note: learn to sing in harmony without “reading” music.

8:00pm

Voices of Distinction: Baroque with Brian Asawa ,Toby Newman and Sinfonia New York  Period instrument orchestra, Musical Direction: Christine Gummere.

Festival stage- Parish Field.

Friday, August 1st

10:00am

Mama’s Boy Coffee house.

Latte Lecture :

Guests:  Frédéric Chaslin (composer), P.H. Fisher (librettist)  and Eric Einhorn( stage director and co-founder of OSO)

11:30am

Railroad Museum

Story Telling: Tales of the Rainbow Forest” by Mckenzie Willis. For young and ” not so young” audiences.

2:30pm

STS Playhouse

“The Seven Favorite Maladies of Ludwig van Beethoven   world premiere by playwright and novelist Carey Harrison with  international pianist Justin Kolb and Carey Harrison.

4:15pm

Wesleyan Church.

Open Public  free workshop: Shape note: learn to sing in harmony without “reading” music.

4:15pm

Methodist Church.

Free public Masterclass . Anthony Laciura ( Metropolitan Opera, HBO) will be teaching a masterclass on ” acting for singers”.

5:30pm

Festival Stage-Parish field

The Art of The Cantor: MAKING THE CANTORIAL ART RELEVANT FOR TODAY with Cantor Jack Mendelson.

8:00pm

” O Sole Mio!  A Mediterranean Fiesta”:  a lavish and magical gala of popular vocal tunes such as Besame Mucho, O Sole Mio..  a journey to Italy and Spain with Italian Tenor: Jose Todaro , Mezzo Maria Helena de Oliveira , Choirs and Orchestra.

10:30pm

Late Lounge

A smooth musical unwinding  at our local bar/restaurant. With the band “Young Citizen”.

Saturday, August 2nd

10:00am

Mama’s Boy Coffee house

Latte lecture: About the “Barber of Seville” , Rossini and Beaumarchais. Guests :  Beth Greenberg ( Stage Director) Elizabeth Scott ( Fesrival Conductor)

11:30am

Railroad Museum

Story Telling: Tales of the Rainbow Forest” by Mckenzie Willis.

11:30am

St Francis de Sale , Catholic Church.

Heaven’s Paradise On Earth: Music of the Spanish Renaissance with the Cambridge Chamber Singers.

1:30pm

St Francis de Sale , Catholic Church.

“Clarimonde” by Frédéric Chaslin and Libretto by P.H. Fisher .

This Opera is being offered to the public  in a developmental workshop  in collaboration with the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice and On Site Opera.The workshop will be followed by an open forum at the Parish Hall , across the street from Church where audience members can ask questions to the composer, the librettist, the director and some artists, but also share their comments and impressions.

FofV  introduces new work at every season.

4:45pm

STS Playhouse

“The Seven Favorite Maladies of Ludwig van Beethoven world premiere by playwright and novelist Carey Harrison with  international pianist Justin Kolb and Carey Harrison.

8:00pm

Festival Stage-Parish Field

“The Barber of Seville” opera-buffa in two acts by G. Rossini. semi-staged production ,with supertitles , full orchestra under the baton of David Wroe, choir, soloists.

11:00pm

Late Lounge

A smooth musical unwinding  at our local bar/restaurant. With band ” Young Citizen”.

Sunday, August 3rd

10:00am

Mama’s Boy Coffee house.

Latte Lecture :

The Art of  I castratti “ . Guests: Brian Asawa, counter tenor.

1:30pm

Wesleyan Church

” Aspire to Inspire: A Gospel Celebration!” with Lisa Daltrius and Lawrence Craig

 

2:30pm

STS Playhouse

“The Seven Favorite Maladies of Ludwig van Beethoven world premiere by playwright and novelist Carey Harrison with  international pianist Justin Kolb and Carey Harrison.

4:30pm

Festival Stage

Choral Grand Finale:  “Sueños de España: Arias from the Great Zarzuelas” with Camille Zamora  and “Misa  Criolla” For Choir, Orchestra and soloist By Ariel Ramirez.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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