Daphnis et Chloé & Eugene Onegin by Rising Opera Talent
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Daphnis et Chloé is conducted by Maestro Michel Singher, a renowned conductor of opera and directed by Richard Harrell, director of the Opera program at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Eugene Onegin conducted by Maestro Alexander Katsman, the Artistic Director of the Livermore Valley Opera and directed by Yefim Maizel, a guest stage director of the New York Metropolitan Opera and Artistic Director of the Opera Academy of California.
Performed in French and Russian with English supertitles.
About the Ticket Supplier: Opera Academy of CaliforniaThe Opera Academy of California (OAC, rhymes with "oak") is a non-profit charitable and educational organization, founded to educate new audiences about opera, and to give promising young singers an opportunity to polish their craft. We believe that bringing quality performers and appreciative audiences together will broaden the number of people who become passionate about this wonderful form of musical theatre.
We opened the Opera Academy in June of this year with an appreciation class for audiences on "The Queen of Spades" just prior to the San Francisco Opera's presentation of this Tchaikovsky classic. We are developing a series of opera appreciation classes based on the season of the SF Opera and Opera Companies around the Bay Area. In the future, we will have Master classes for singers that will be open to you. These public Master classes are a great opportunity for opera aficionados to get a behind-the-scenes peek into the work that singers and directors put into the dramatic performance you see on the stage.