Thank you to all for making CCO’s 34th Festival Season a great success. We mounted five productions within three weeks and hosted appreciative audiences. The excellent reviews are in from the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Superconductor, (Q) on Stage, and with more coming from Opera News, Opera (London), The New Criterion, and Opernwelt (Berlin) among others.
Thank you as always for your support and we look forward to seeing you next season.
CCO’s 2016 Festival off to an auspicious start!
CCO’s 2016 Festival is off to an auspicious start, with two completed productions that were critically successful and wonderfully well attended. Just ask Anthony Tomassini of the New York Times, who called our first two productions “vivid,” “daring,” and “compelling” in his review.
Audiences can continue to explore the rest of our compelling offerings in our three final productions: Sweat by Juliet Palmer / Anna Chatterton presented in collaboration with National Sawdust on October 26th and 27th, Love Hurts by Nicola Moro / Lisa Hilton at Symphony Space on October 28th at Symphony Space, and Cassandra Ground Zero by Eric Salzman / Eva Salzman at the Cell Theater on November 2nd.
We hope you will join us for one of these exciting programs, and thank you for your continued support!
The Center for Contemporary Opera’s 2016 season taking place this October will showcase four operas — two world premieres and two US premieres — to be staged in various venues throughout New York.
For details see our Season page.
It is rare that we have to replace one artist but even rarer that we have to replace two!
Maeve Hoglund who was singing the leading role in our upcoming production of “Black Water” is indisposed due to illness. We are delighted to welcome Laura Bohn to our cast. Laura is a resident of Amsterdam and just happened to be in the U.S.
Anyone that has recently seen “The Wildness” on Broadway knows that Lauren Worsham is expecting a child very soon and will be unable to sing the title role in Rachel Peters’ new opera, Wild Beast of the Bungalow. We are pleased to welcome the excellent soprano Donata Cucinotta who was previously cast as Wendy. Now singing the role of Wendy is Jenna Siladie who impressed so many of us at our recent auditions.
Thank you Laura, Donata, and Jenna!
Tickets are now on sale for our remaining season productions. Please visit our Season page for more information. We hope to see you there!
Richard Marshall is well known as an expert photographer as well as conductor. In fact, most of the photos you see on our homepage were taken by Dr. Marshall. He has launched a new website where he showcases all aspects of his photography including some striking photos of past CCO productions. http://www.richardmarshallphotography.com