CANCELLED Isabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano

News News. This broadcast will be held in the Finkel Auditorium Saturday at a. The tale is that of the powerful sorcerer Prospero, the exiled former Duke of Milan. Prospero, sung by British baritone Simon Keenlyside, has been living on a remote, deserted island for some 12 years with his daughter Miranda, sung by mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard. The opera opens as Miranda is viewing an offshore shipwreck; her father confirms her suspicion that he was magically responsible for the tempest that brought about the fate of the ship, which carried his enemies from the Court of Naples. The opening stage effects of the storm, under the direction of Robert Lepage, are staggering. Marooned on the island, the members of the Court of Naples experience a number of events and intrigues involving Prospero, Ariel and Caliban, the wild heir to the island. The second act duet between Miranda and Ferdinand — the long lost son of the King of Naples sung by Alek Shrader — is one of the more melodic moments of the opera. In a recent interview, Keenlyside indicated that instead of singing every opera with the same voice and stage actions, opera singers adjust their vocal tone color, emotional expression and physical reactions to match that of the character they represent. Following the opera there will be a to minute open discussion for those interested in sharing observations on the performance.

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Sharon Isbin, head of Julliard’s guitar department and recipient of the Marilyn Horne Foundation Award in , is recognized as the most influential American guitarist alive. She also is the recipient of multiple Grammy awards and the winner of Guitar Player magazine’s Best Classical Guitarist award, the Toronto and Madrid Queen Sofia competitions, and was the first guitarist ever to win the Munich Competition.

She has appeared as soloist with more than orchestras and has given sold-out performances in the world’s finest halls. Opera superstar and Grammy Award winner mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard’s expressive intensity, impeccable technique and charisma have been praised by critics around the world. Led by Audrey Parker.

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In this performance from the Met’s series of Live in HD series of cinema transmissions, mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard stars in the elusive title role, a young con.

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UNC Symphony Orchestra with Isabel Leonard, mezzo soprano

As corny as it may sound, Monsieur Perrault, the creator of the original tale, and Walt Disney himself I daresay, would have approved of these harmless alterations. DiDonato, who debuted at the house in , has been performing the Rossini catalogue for nearly two decades. Lately, Juan Diego has been venturing into heavier tenor repertory.

And from all reliable reports, he has acquitted himself with honor.

Isabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano; Sharon Isbin, guitar. Category: Music;,; Music In Date: Thursday, June 28, Times: pm – pm.

Performers can use the extra exposure to draw potential audience members to an event. By all accounts, it would be hard to end on a higher, stronger or more darkly dramatic note, given the outstanding music and performance of the score as well as the superb acting. The world premiere of the opera took place in at La Scala in Milan, Italy. Mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard below right sings the touching role of Blanche and soprano Karita Mattila below left , a legend in her own time, returns to the Met as the Prioress.

The high-definition broadcast of the live performance from the Metropolitan Opera below in New York City starts at noon and runs until p. It will also air at noon on Wisconsin Public Radio. The cinemas where the opera can be seen are two Marcus Cinemas: the Point Cinema on the far west side of Madison and the Palace Cinema in Sun Prairie. Here is a link to the Marcus website for addresses and more information.

You can also use them to purchase tickets:. And here is a Wikipedia history of the hi-def broadcast series that gives you more information about how many cinemas it uses, the enormous size of the worldwide audience — now including Russia, China and Israel — and how much money it makes for The Met.

New Date Announced for Czech National Symphony Orchestra with Isabel Leonard

Muhly composed Marnie with Leonard in mind. Born and raised in Chelsea, kind of before Chelsea became Chelsea, or at least Chelsea as we know it now. I went to LaGuardia High School and then Juilliard, and then was lucky enough to begin working right out of school. Did you always know you were destined to become at opera singer?

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Two greats, in guitar and in voice, unite. This concert is co-sponsored by Madison Opera. Ticket prices are as follows. Isbin and Leonard have been performing together since the Aspen Music Festival. Future concerts include an appearance at the Kennedy Center, and this fall they will perform the world premiere of a new work by Richard Danielpour co-commissioned for them by Chicago’s Harris Theater and Carnegie Hall. Hailed as “the pre-eminent guitarist of our time” and winner of multiple GRAMMY awards, Sharon Isbin is the subject of an exciting one-hour documentary presented by American Public Television for broadcast on nearly public television stations throughout the US and viewed by millions to date.

Sharon Isbin: Troubadour paints the portrait of a trailblazing performer and teacher who over the course of her career has broken through numerous barriers to rise to the top of a traditionally male-dominated field. Isbin has performed with over orchestras in some of the greatest performance spaces around the world as well as at the televised Ground Zero memorial on September 11, Her nearly 30 recordings span the Baroque, Spanish, Latin, 20th century and jazz genres.

When she’s not dazzling audiences in performance, Isbin also wears the hat of director of guitar programs at the Juilliard School and the Aspen Music Festival. Passion and vocal beauty come together in the likes of Leonard, a woman experienced in opera and the concert stage.

Romeros Guitar Quartet & Mezzo-Soprano Isabel Leonard

Acclaimed for her expressive intensity, impeccable technique, and charisma, Grammy Award-winning Isabel Leonard has thrilled audiences around the globe. An audience favorite at the Metropolitan Opera, the celebrated mezzo-soprano moves to the intimate space of Perelman Theater for a program of beloved songs and lesser-known gems by Leonard Bernstein in celebration of the centenary of his birth.

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Friday, November 13, Yardley Hall. The pre-eminent classical guitar quartet continues to dazzle. Multiple Grammy Award-winning mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard joins them in Yardley Hall to celebrate their 60th anniversary. The New York Times says: “Collectively, they are the only classical guitar quartet of real stature in the world today; in fact, they virtually invented the format.

And for more than 40 years, the Romeros have inspired composers to enrich the repertoire of a guitar quartet with orchestra. Multiple Grammy Award-winning Isabel Leonard thrills audiences both in the opera house and on the concert stage. She is a multiple Grammy Award winner and recipient of the prestigious Richard Tucker Award for an American singer poised on the edge of a major national and international career.

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Sharon Isbin, Guitar and Isabel Leonard, Mezzo-Soprano

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She will tell us how her Latin roots have helped her perform dramatic roles in this challenging art form. She tells us how her different role in the world of literature comes together in her work as director of the Guadalajara Book Fair. Finally, we will speak with Cuban musician Roberto Poveda, whose concert we will attend in Brooklyn, where he currently lives. The minute show explores the rich textures of Latino society in the city, focusing on politics, art, culture, and the traditions of Spanish-speaking populations across the metropolitan area.

Each episode features prominent leaders from the tri-state area’s cultural and public spheres sharing their thoughts and accomplishments with viewers. Interviews are hosted by Mexican novelist and critic Carmen Boullosa and Chilean journalist and writer Patricio Lerzundi. They are all members of the academic staff at CUNY. The series is produced by bilingual professionals from Colombia, Guatemala, Massachusetts, Mexico, and Texas.

In addition, the series offers documentary segments about events, exhibits, concerts, and institutions. Since its first broadcast, Nueva York has built cultural and social ties between Latinos, and amongst Spanish speaking non-Latino communities.

Isabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano with the UNC Symphony Orchestra

One of the greatest living mezzo-sopranos comes to Utah to sing music by one of the greatest vocal composers of all time. Imagine Italy in the 19th century through the eyes of Mendelssohn and the stylish interpretation of returning Guest. Imagine Italy in the 19th century through the eyes of Mendelssohn and the stylish interpretation of returning Guest Conductor Bernard Labadie. Official Website. Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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And so I’ve been waiting for Isabel Leonard to come and sing in Paris next month, Mei i am not sure, the dates are all on Colin Lee’s calendar.

Isabel Leonard lends her voice to the popular Dr. Seuss character Gertrude McFuzz on a new recording featuring the story set to music by composer Rob Kapilow, accompanied by the Metamorphosis Chamber Orchestra and members of the Broadway Youth Ensemble. That middle-range mezzo…was used for all it was worth…[and] Leonard used everything at her disposal to dominate the stage. Her resigned look at yet another betrayal will haunt me for days. Chief in this department was Isabel Leonard, who is now a reliable old hand as Cherubino, stealing the show every time she takes on this role, and drawing constant roars of laughter with her antics as the randy, willful teenager.

Leonard was a Charlotte more sophisticated than humble, but she was superbly polished, her voice smooth and supple.