San Francisco Opera Center Presents Opera & Jewish Soul
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Author Robert Burton, M.D., the former chief of neurology at Mt. Zion, UCSF discusses his new book A Skeptic's Guide to the Mind: What Neuroscience Can and Cannot Tell Us About Ourselves with Tucker Hiatt of Wonderfest. Burton delves into the fascinating question of what really makes us tick, as he reports on his deep exploration into the mysteries of the brain and consciousness. He also discusses the latest advancements in the field, which have led some to the alarming conclusion that nature, not nurture, is at the root of all behavior. He's expected to lay out his own theories, as he does in the book, through an engaging mix of clinical observations, thought experiments and personal anecdotes. Learn More
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Under the guidance of San Francisco Opera General Director David Gockley and Opera Center Director Sheri Greenawald, the Adler Fellowship Program offers intensive individual training and roles of increasing importance in San Francisco Opera’s main-stage season.
Each year, a select group of exceptionally gifted singers from the Merola Opera Program is invited to continue their education as Adler Fellows. With Merola participants selected from a pool of over 800 candidates, these young artists represent the future of the classical music world.
Alumni from the Program
Former Adler Fellows include sopranos Nicolle Foland, Nancy Gustafson, Mary Mills, Patricia Racette, Ruth Ann Swenson and Deborah Voigt; mezzo-sopranos Zheng Cao and Dolora Zajick; countertenor Brian Asawa; baritone David Okerlund; and bass-baritones Monte Pederson and John Relyea.