Performance Calendar

2014 Performance Calendar Archive


2014

     
1 November WIESBADEN Die Dreigroschenoper Staatstheater Wiesbaden (Thorleifur Örn Arnarsson, director; Christoph Stiller, Daniela Musca, conductors). In repertory through Feb. 14.
5 November OBERLIN Street Scene Oberlin Conservatory (Jonathon Field, director; Christopher Larkin, conductor). Also Nov. 7-9.
6 November LOS ANGELES Weill Songs Los Angeles Philharmonic (Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor; Susan Graham, mezzo-soprano). Also Nov. 7, 9.
7 November ÖREBRO Die sieben Todsünden
Excerpts from Der Silbersee
Swedish Chamber Orchestra (HK Gruber, conductor; Angelika Kirchschlager, Anna I; amarcord, male quartet).
7 November SALT LAKE CITY The Threepenny Opera University of Utah (Denny Berry, director; Alex Marshall, conductor). Through Nov. 23.
8 November STOCKHOLM Die sieben Todsünden
Excerpts from Der Silbersee
Swedish Chamber Orchestra (HK Gruber, conductor; Angelika Kirchschlager, Anna I; amarcord, male quartet).
8 November POTSDAM Das Berliner Requiem Potsdamer Kantorei with Neues Kammerorchester Potsdam (Ud Joffe, conductor; Markus Schäfer, tenor; Raimund Nolte, bass).
9 November KOŠICE Symphony No. 2 Štátna filharmónia Košice (Zbyněk Müller, conductor).
11 November DRESDEN The Firebrand of Florence Staatsoperette Dresden (Holger Hauer, director; Andreas Schüller, conductor). In repertory through Mar. 27.
12 November DENTON Kleine Dreigroschenmusik University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra (David Itkin, conductor).
12 November OROVILLE The Threepenny Opera Butte College (Barry Piccinino, director; Tamara Allspaugh, conductor). Through Nov. 16.
13 November MONTCLAIR The Threepenny Opera Montclair State University (Mark Hardy, director; Gregory J. Dlugos, conductor). Also Nov. 14-16.
14 November HOBART Symphony No. 2 Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra (Andrew Mogrelia, conductor).
14 November NEUMARKT Die sieben Todsünden
Excerpts from Der Silbersee
Swedish Chamber Orchestra (HK Gruber, conductor; Angelika Kirchschlager, Anna I; amarcord, male quartet).
14 November NEW BRUNSWICK The Threepenny Opera Opera at Rutgers (Pamela Gilmore, director; Kynan Johns, conductor).
15 November TUTTLINGEN Die sieben Todsünden
Excerpts from Der Silbersee
Swedish Chamber Orchestra (HK Gruber, conductor; Angelika Kirchschlager, Anna I; amarcord, male quartet).
16 November NEW YORK The Threepenny Opera Opera at Rutgers (Pamela Gilmore, director; Kynan Johns, conductor). Le Poisson Rouge.
16 November KIEL Symphony No. 2 Philharmonisches Orchester Kiel (Dirk Kaftan, conductor). Also Nov. 17.
17 November VIENNA Die sieben Todsünden
Excerpts from Der Silbersee
Swedish Chamber Orchestra (HK Gruber, conductor; Angelika Kirchschlager, Anna I; amarcord, male quartet).
18 November DÜSSELDORF Die sieben Todsünden
Excerpts from Der Silbersee
Swedish Chamber Orchestra (HK Gruber, conductor; Angelika Kirchschlager, Anna I; amarcord, male quartet).
20 November CHAPEL HILL Johnny Johnson University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Serena Ebhardt, director; Evan Feldman, conductor). Through Nov. 24.
20 November POTSDAM Die sieben Todsünden
Zaubernacht
Neues Kammerorchester Potsdam (Ud Joffe, conductor; Michaela Lucas, Anna I).
20 November WILLIAMSBURG The Threepenny Opera College of William & Mary (Richard Palmer, director; Anthony Smith, conductor). Through Nov. 23.
20 November PLYMOUTH, NH The Threepenny Opera Plymouth State University (Sharon Rae Paquette, director; Kathleen Arecchi, conductor). Through Nov. 23.
21 November INNSBRUCK Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny Tiroler Landestheater und Symphonieorchester Innsbruck (Ulrich Peters, director; Alexander Rumpf, conductor).
21 November CHARLOTTE, NC The Seven Deadly Sins Central Piedmont Community College Opera. Also Nov. 22-23.
21 November STUTTGART Die Dreigroschenoper Schauspiel Stuttgart (Sebastian Baumgarten, director; Max Renne, conductor). In repertory through Jan. 22.
24 November HAMBURG Weill Songs (program entitled "Two Lives to Live") Staatsoper Hamburg (Angela Denoke, soprano; Tal Balshai, piano; Norbert Nagel, clarinet, saxophone, flute).
29 November BEIJING The Seven Deadly Sins China Philharmonic Orchestra (Lawrence Foster, conductor; Heidi Brunner, Anna I).
29 November MOSCOW Die Dreigroschenoper Moscow Art Theatre (Kirill Serebrennikov, director; Alexander Manotskov, conductor).
1 December BERLIN Weill Songs Berliner Philharmoniker, Kammermusiksaal (Angela Denoke, vocals; Tal Balshai, piano; Norbert Nagel, saxophones and flute).
2 December STUTTGART Die Dreigroschenoper Schauspiel Stuttgart (Sebastian Baumgarten, director; Max Renne, conductor). In repertory through Jan. 22.
8 December MÜNCHEN Symphony No. 2 Münchner Philharmoniker (Michael Sanderling, conductor). Also Dec. 10.
30 December ERL Die sieben Todsünden Orchester der Tiroler Festspiele Erl (Erich Polz, conductor; Mona Somm, Anna I).
31 December LEXINGTON Symphonic Nocturne from Lady in the Dark
Weill Songs
Lexington Philharmonic (Scott Terrell, conductor; Ute Lemper, vocals).

2015

     
1 January STUTTGART Four Walt Whitman Songs
Weill Songs (program entitled "Lost in the Stars: von Berlin zum Broadway")
Staatsorchester Stuttgart with members of Schauspiel Stuttgart (Simon Hewett, conductor).
4 January WIESBADEN Die Dreigroschenoper Staatstheater Wiesbaden (Thorleifur Örn Arnarsson, director; Christoph Stiller, Daniela Musca, conductors). In repertory through Feb. 14.
10 January DRESDEN The Firebrand of Florence Staatsoperette Dresden (Holger Hauer, director; Andreas Schüller, conductor). In repertory through Mar. 27.
16 January BERLIN Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny Staatsoper Berlin (Vincent Boussard, director; Wayne Marshall, conductor) Also Jan. 23, 25, 31.
22 January STUTTGART Die Dreigroschenoper Schauspiel Stuttgart (Sebastian Baumgarten, director; Max Renne, conductor).
23 January SPRINGFIELD, IL Kleine Dreigroschenmusik Illinois Symphony Chamber Orchestra (Alastair Willis, conductor).
23 January KÖLN Die sieben Todsünden WDR Funkhausorchester Köln (John Mauceri, conductor; Ute Lemper, Anna I).
24 January BLOOMINGTON, IL Kleine Dreigroschenmusik Illinois Symphony Chamber Orchestra (Alastair Willis, conductor).
1 February TORONTO Street Scene
(concert performance)
Voicebox: Opera in Concert (Robert Cooper, conductor).
5 February EDMONTON The Threepenny Opera University of Alberta (Brian Deedrick, director). Through Feb. 14.
12 February MOUNT PLEASANT Four Walt Whitman Songs Central Michigan University Orchestra (Jose-Luis Maurtua, conductor; Oliver Henderson, tenor).
14 February WIESBADEN Die Dreigroschenoper Staatstheater Wiesbaden (Thorleifur Örn Arnarsson, director; Christoph Stiller, Daniela Musca, conductors).
14 February OVERLAND PARK Berlin to Broadway Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City. Through Mar. 1.
15 February PASADENA The Threepenny Opera A Noise Within (Geoff Elliott, Julia Rodriguez-Elliott, directors). Through May 9.
20 February NEW HAVEN Suite from Die Dreigroschenoper Yale Concert Band.
1 March OVERLAND PARK Berlin to Broadway Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City.
1 March HONOLULU Kleine Dreigroschenmusik University of Hawai'i Wind Ensemble (Jeffrey Boeckman, conductor).
10 March LONDON Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny Royal Opera House (John Fulljames, director; Mark Wigglesworth, conductor). Also Mar. 12, 14, 24, 28.
13 March ESPOO Violin Concerto Tapiola Sinfonietta (Gordan Nikolić, leader, violin).
13 March PASADENA The Threepenny Opera A Noise Within (Geoff Elliott, Julia Rodriguez-Elliott, directors). Through May 9.
18 March TORONTO The Threepenny Opera The Glenn Gould School and the Royal Conservatory Orchestra (Joel Ivany, director; Johannes Debus, conductor).
21 March MEMPHIS The Seven Deadly Sins Memphis Symphony Orchestra (Robert Moody, conductor; Storm Large, Anna I).
21 March PROVIDENCE Weill Songs Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra (Larry Rachleff, conductor; Susan Lorette Dunn, mezzo-soprano).
26 March ALLENTOWN Street Scene Muhlenberg College (Charles Richter, director).
26 March DRESDEN The Firebrand of Florence Staatsoperette Dresden (Holger Hauer, director; Andreas Schüller, conductor). Also Mar. 27.
30 March WILLIAMSBURG Symphony No. 2 Williamsburg Symphonia (Janna Hymes, conductor). Also Mar. 31.
1 April LONDON Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny Royal Opera House (John Fulljames, director). Also Apr. 4.
2 April PASADENA The Threepenny Opera A Noise Within (Geoff Elliott, Julia Rodriguez-Elliott, directors). Through May 9.
9 April BERLIN Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny Staatsoper Berlin (Vincent Boussard, director; Wayne Marshall, conductor). Also Apr. 11, 16.
17 April NEW YORK Weill Songs (program entitled "Songs of World War I") Park Avenue Armory (Ian Bostridge, tenor; Wenwen Du, piano).
19 April PORTLAND The Seven Deadly Sins Portland Symphony Orchestra (Robert Moody, conductor; Storm Large, Anna I). Also Apr. 21.
30 April DULUTH Street Scene University of Minnesota Duluth (Alice Pierce, director). Through May 3.
1 May DULUTH Street Scene University of Minnesota Duluth (Alice Pierce, director) Through May 3.
2 May PASADENA The Threepenny Opera A Noise Within (Geoff Elliott, Julia Rodriguez-Elliott, directors). Through May 9.
6 May NEW YORK The Road of Promise Collegiate Chorale and Orchestra of St. Luke's (Ted Sperling, conductor). Carnegie Hall. Also May 7.
9 May NEW YORK Weill Songs Schimmel Center at Pace University (Patti LuPone, vocals).
28 May ST. LOUIS The Threepenny Opera New Line Theatre (Scott Miller, director; Jeffrey Carter, conductor). Through Jun. 20.
4 June ST. LOUIS The Threepenny Opera New Line Theatre (Scott Miller, director; Jeffrey Carter, conductor). Through Jun. 20.
13 June EDMONTON Symphonic Nocturne from Lady in the Dark Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (William Eddins, conductor).
6 October ROME Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny Teatro dell'Opera di Roma (Graham Vick, director; John Axelrod, conductor). Through Oct. 17.
6 November MELBOURNE The Seven Deadly Sins Victorian Opera (Tahu Matheson, conductor; Meow Meow, Anna I).

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