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Verdi/Wagner - two men - two worlds - two centuries. Chelsea Opera singers raise their voices in arias, duets and ensembles of two of the world's most accomplished composers in celebration of the 200th anniversary of their birth. Concert to be held on JANUARY 25, 2013 at 8pm at Christ & St. Stephen's Church in NYC. Visit www.ChelseaOpera.org for tickets and more info.
June 9th, 10th, 11th, 2011 at 7:30pm and Matinee June 11th, 2011 at 4:00pm Plus a special performance of Lee Hoiby's Bermudas for soprano and mezzo and chamber ensemble St. Peter's Church in Chelsea 346 West 20th St (8th/9th Ave) NY, NY For ticket information: www.chelseaopera.org or call 212-260-1796 email: ChelseaOpera@aol.com
Interview Part One with Margaret A. Hogan,former managing editor of the Adams Papers editorial project at the Massachusetts Historical Society. Margaret discusses some of the "back story" of John and Abigail Adams and the real people behind the letters of their lives and love that are forever preserved in history.
Verdi: STIFFELIO London, Queen Elizabeth Hall, 8th June, 2014 Conductor: BRAD COHEN Lina: NELLY MIRICIOIU Stiffelio: PETER AUTY Stankar: GERARD QUINN Raffaele Di Leuthold: ANDREW REES Jorg: DAVID SOAR Dorotea: SARAH CHAMPION Federico Di Frengel: SAMUEL SMITH Chelsea Opera Group Chorus Chorus Master: DEBORAH MILES-JOHNSON Chelsea Opera Group Orchestra
Chelsea Opera interviews Composer Tom Cipullo regarding his opera Glory Denied based on the book of the same name by Tom Philpott. The opera tells the story of Col. Floyd James "Jim" Thompson, the longest held United States P.O.W. who endured nine years of captivity in Vietnam and his return to a nation and family forever changed. Part 1 or 14- why write Glory Denied