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Opera on Tap New Brew Presents: The Fairytale Show!

Opera on Tap New Brew Presents: The Fairytale Show!

Dec 3, 8:00pm

Barbès376 9th StNew York, NY11215-4153 Map

New Brew is back at Barbès on December 3rd with a show of fantasy and fairytales!

Featuring
Christopher Berg, piano
Rachel Signman, soprano
Samantha Nahra, soprano
Erin Moll, mezzo
Rocky Duval, mezzo
Brian McQueen, baritone
Sarah Baumgarten, soprano

2 going
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Music as the Message: It Takes A Village

Music as the Message: It Takes A Village

Nov 20, 4:00pm

Broadway Presbyterian Church601 West 114th St (Corner of 114th and Broadway)New York, NY10025 Map

THIS EVENT IS HELD ON ZOOM AND IN-PERSON

Emmy Award-winning soprano Adrienne Danrich invites you to the third season kick-off episode of Music as the Message, IT TAKES A VILLAGE! at Broadway Presbyterian Church & simultaneously on Zoom.

Presented by The American Opera Project and Opera on Tap.

This episode of Music as the Message (MaM) is dedicated to ALL caregivers, celebrating the tireless efforts of everyone in a caregiver position, and we mean everyone... family members, healthcare workers, religious leaders, teachers, and on and on! Taking care of others can be rewarding but sometimes stressful, so please join us for a restorative, meditative time of reflection in this imaginative hybrid performance experience. MaM celebrates community, and what better way to do that than to commune through music at the beautiful Broadway Presbyterian Church. Attendees are encouraged to sing and speak along, whether in the Zoom room or in the Sanctuary, with strong and joyous voices!

This is a FREE event, goodwill donations are greatly appreciated.

If you join us in person, you are welcome (but not required) to wear a mask. We will continue to monitor the changing conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Capacity, or the Work of Crackling - Inwood Hill Park

Capacity, or the Work of Crackling - Inwood Hill Park

Nov 13, 1:00pm - Nov 13, 3:00pm

Inwood Hill ParkNew York, NY10033 Map

This experience is a brand-new multi-disciplinary work developed through collaborations of music, sound, geology and dance.

In collaboration with Opera on Tap , Anti-Social Music and geologist Dr. Missy Eppes, Kinesis Project is building and sharing a brand new work.

Nov 13 ONLY we are bringing this immersive dance and opera experience uptown to inwood Hill Park, in partnership with the NYC Parks Department, Inwood Farm and Inwood Art Works, with thanks to UMEZ/Mertz Gillmore Dance Seed Fund

Please be prepared to move over a distance.

2pm GEOLOGY TOUR AUDIENCE MEETING LOCATION: Beak St and Payson Ave
3pm PERFORMANCE ONLY: Gaelic Field, Inwood Hill Park

ABOUT THE WORK
Capacity, or: the Work of Crackling is an immersive, outdoor dance experience and a brand-new multi-disciplinary work developed through collaborations of music, sound and dance. It is Kinesis Project dance theatre's most recent large-scale collaboration with Opera on Tap investigating our human capacity for joy, grief and how that relates to the natural processes of the earth's cracking.

Capacity, or: The Work of Crackling is an expansive, yet intimate theatrical experience that will draw and guide audiences along the pathways and landscapes of Inwood Hill Park.

Our stellar community of artists, with backgrounds ranging from Lincoln Center stages to circus tents have come together to build an unforgettable performance about community, support, edges and resilience

NYC ARTISTS
Kinesis Project dancers Hilary Brown-Istrefi, Madeline Hoak, bree breeden, Sabrina Canas with research by Claudia-Lynn Rightmire, Alexandra Doyle, Akane Little, Sarah Zucchero

Opera on Tap Singers:
Shawn Farrar
Brittany Fowler
Ilana Goldberg
Rachel Hutchins
Bryan Murray

Anti Social Music Composers Diane Woolner, David Friend, Eyal Maoz, Brian McCorkle

Anti Social Music Instrumentalists Eyal Moaz Dan Pearson Abby Swidler Jeanne Velonis

Composition Shahrokh Yadegari

Costumes Rebecca Kanach

Kinesis Project Company Manager and Stage Management Jacqui M Dugal

Opera on Tap Producers Anne Hiatt and David Gordon

Kinesis Project Seattle Hendri Walujo, Kimberly Holloway, Margaret Behm, Madeline Morser, Alicia Pugh with research and movement contributions by Robbi Moore
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Sarah Mostov
Victoria Davis
Joey Tabasco
Kayleigh Butcher
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