Staff Artist Series
This will be an intimate evening of rediscovering favorite composers as well as rarely performed works. Sopranos Lydia Dahling (Project Coordinator) and Laura Mitchell (Operations Director) and pianists William Lewis (Principle Music Advisor) and Jing Yang bring together an eclectic program of Adam, Berg, Brahms, Donizetti, Mozart, and Respighi!
Love is a complex experience. Sometimes you discover who you truly are. Sometimes you wonder who you have become. This recital project features two artists who explore the longing, spirituality, humor, joy, and pain of being in love and being out of love.
Mary Rose Go, soprano, and Haodong Wu, pianist, presents The Practice of Love.
Rachel Selan, mezzo, and Jing Yang, pianist, presents Lost Love.
A tale of love, duty, and madness.
Love is a powerful thing and leads us down unexpected paths. What logic would you be willing to ignore? What risks would you be willing to take? And who would you be willing to sacrifice? Ponder your answers to these questions and then see how the heroes and heroines of ORLANDO deal with the forces of love, duty, and madness.
A concert celebrating the stories of women, featuring music composed, commissioned, and/or with text by women. From medieval mystics and saints, to women whose husbands get most of the glory, to contemporary powerhouses, this special program gives voice to women and their lives and experiences.
Participants of Cantanti Project's 2016 Summer Retreat in upstate New York sing a high-spirited and heartfelt concert, Favorite Tunes: Hits from the Great American Songbook and the Operatic Stage, as part of the Classical Concert Series presented by Sacandaga Valley Arts Network.
Singers from Cantanti Project's first and second seasons come together to celebrate Spring, love, hopes, and dreams! Project 8 Spring's Awakening consists entirely of repertoire suggested by its singers and includes works by Schubert, Debussy, Mozart, Offenbach, Strauss, and Canteloube - just to name a few!
Strip away the supernatural powers, disguises, and enchantment, and at the heart of the story is the desire to love and be loved. Through Handel's descriptive and moving music, this 18th century opera based on a 15th century epic poem still resonates with us today.
With generous support from the Washington Heights Musical Society and in collaboration with Dorian Baroque.
Whether you're a lover of the avant garde or the traditional, you won't be able to resist this fascinating program of 20th century compositions and expressions.
Zen Wu, soprano, presents La voix humaine.
Seduction. Obedience. Love. Deception. Manipulation. Madness.
Witness Ophelia's transformation - from an obedient daughter to a Prince's lover to woman who can finally speak the truth - from start to finish. Featuring music by Berlioz, Brahms, Mozart, Schubert, Strauss, and Thomas and readings from Shakespeare's Hamlet.
Cantanti's first recital project features two talented women exploring the identify and experience of women in song.
Keep your friends close. And your enemies closer.
Arias and staged scenes from Norma, I Capuleti e i Montecchi, Meyerbeer's masterpiece Les Huguenots, Handel's Orlando, and more.
Enjoy hits and explore hidden gems of two masterful composers: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Jules Massenet. Both were celebrated in their day and prolific in their operatic output, yet only a few of their operas have become standard fare for modern audiences.
Prompted by the 150th anniversary of Richard Strauss' birth, Cantanti Project's first project was an all-Strauss concert of lieder and opera selections from Arabella, Ariadne auf Naxos, and Der Rosenkavalier. True to the spirit of Cantanti Project, the concert was singer-conceived, singer-produced, and singer-organized, with repertoire shaped by singer suggestions and finalized with the intention of featuring each performer as a soloist and ensemble member.