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#LAOAtHome

Posted on: March 17, 2020

Music is bigger than just our stage.

That's why we wanted to bring it directly into your home. We're working on a series of opportunities to help you enjoy all kinds of opera from the comfort of your couch.


Every weekday, settle in to enjoy a little bit of opera love from us in Los Angeles (but not from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. You know... because we're all at home). From live recitals, to behind-the-scenes videos, interviews and more, we'll help you get your opera fix during this dark time. 

On Our "Stage" | FRIDAY, March 27

Forget your troubles and tune in to to a very special Broadway-themed #LAOAtHome recital below.

Matthew Anchel, Bass will be performing LIVE from Germany with a repertoire that will send you into the weekend smiling.

#LAOAtHome goes Broadway in today’s very special concert LIVE from Germany with Matthew Anchel.

Posted by LA Opera on Friday, March 27, 2020

 

Living Room Recitals

Our cohort of talented singers and musicians will perform some of your (and their) favorite songs in the classical music world from the comfort of their living rooms. At a time when our stage is dark, these performances will be shining a light on those who bring art into our lives. 

LA Opera is both reliant on and grateful for your support to ensure to the future of world-class opera to Los Angeles. 

Check out our past performances and programs below.

Erica Petrocelli and Louis Lohraseb, March 17, 2020
Recital with Erica Petrocelli & Louis Lohraseb

LIVE from our living room to yours, tonight’s #LAOAtHome concert features Erica Petrocelli and Louis Lohraseb, all to help support fellow artists who are facing hardships during this difficult time. Learn more about Artist Relief Tree, OperaSpace and the importance of supporting the arts: https://artistrelieftree.com/

Posted by LA Opera on Tuesday, March 17, 2020


For their program listing click "Read More" below. 

Richard Strauss: 
Heimliche aufforderung
Morgen  
HT Burleigh
Til I wake
Among the Fuschias

Vincenzo Bellini:
Ma rendi 
Per pieta 
Barber
Sure on this shining night 
Nocture

Traum durch die Dämmerung Op.29 no. 1

Heimliche Aufforderung Op. 27 no. 3

MorgenOp. 27 no. 4

Jake Heggie: Joy Alone (Connection) from The Faces of Love

Ricky Ian Gordon: Will there really be a morning? from A Horse with Wings

Claude Debussy:
Recit et Air de Lia from L’enfant prodigue
Nuit d’étoiles
Green from Ariettes oubliées 
C’est l’extase langoureuse from Ariettes oubliées

Sergei Rachmaninoff: 
How fair this spot Op. 21 no. 7
Lilacs Op. 21 no. 5
Spring Waters Op. 14 no. 11
Joseph Marx: Selige Nacht 

Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Liebesbriefchen

Alaysha Fox, Rob Stahley, and Brendon Shapiro, March 18, 2020

Recital with Alaysha Fox, Robert Stahley, & Brendon Shapiro

Our #LAOAtHome concerts continue LIVE, featuring Alaysha Fox, Soprano, Robert Stahley, tenor and Brendon Shapiro on piano as they bring your (and their) favorite songs from their living rooms to yours. LA Opera is both reliant and grateful for your support to ensure the future of world-class opera to Los Angeles. We also celebrate the grass-roots efforts of young artists across the country to come together to support each other through Artist Relief Tree, an independent relief fund to help artists affected during this difficult time. Thanks for joining us!

Posted by LA Opera on Wednesday, March 18, 2020


For their program listing click "Read More" below. 

Alaysha Fox

Strauss - op. 27
Morgen
Heimliche aufforderung
HT Burleigh - 5 songs of Laurence hope 
Among the Fuschias
Til I wake 

Bellini
Ma rendi 
Per pieta 

Barber - op. 4
Nocturne 
Sure on this shining night

Rob Stahley

Liederkreis op. 39. Robert Schumann
In der Fremde
Intermezzo
Waldesgespräch
Die Stille
Mondnacht
Schöne Fremde 

Phidylé Henri Duparc 

Farewell to Arms - Gerald Finzi
Introduction 
Aria

Tiffany Townsend, Gabriela Flores, and Nino Sanikidze, March 19, 2020

Our #LAOAtHome concerts continue LIVE, featuring Gabriela Flores, Mezzosoprano and Tiffany Townsend. Our beloved Head Coach, Nino Sanikidze, provides all-star accompaniment on piano as our artists bring your (and their) favorite songs from their living rooms to yours. LA Opera is both reliant and grateful for your support to ensure the future of world-class opera to Los Angeles. We also celebrate the grass-roots efforts of young artists across the country to come together to support each other through Artist Relief Tree, an independent relief fund to help artists affected during this difficult time. Thanks for joining us!

Posted by LA Opera on Thursday, March 19, 2020


For their program listing click "Read More" below. 

Puccini - “Ch’il bel sogno” from La Rondine 
Gluck - “Che farò senza Euridice” from Orpheo ed Euridice
Charpentier - “Depuis le jour” from Louise
Massenet - “Werther! Qui m’aurait dit” from Werther
Korngold - “Glück, das mir verblieb” from Die Tote Stadt
Mozart - “Voi Che sapete” from The Marriage of Figaro
Duparc - Extase
R. Strauss - Cäcilie
Bizet - ”Habanera” and “Seguidilla” from Carmen
H. T. Burleigh - Give me Jesus
H. T. Burleigh - Deep River 

Sarah Vautour, March 23, 2020

Our #LAOAtHome concerts continue LIVE, featuring Sarah Vautour, soprano, as she brings your (and her) favorite songs from her living room to yours. LA Opera is both reliant and grateful for your support to ensure the future of world-class opera to Los Angeles. Thanks for joining us!

Posted by LA Opera on Monday, March 23, 2020

 

Erica Petrocelli and Louis Lohraseb, March 25, 2020

We’re so grateful to everyone who has watched each afternoon and shared their love of opera – it’s been so heartwarming to see this community come together at such a difficult time. We'll continue to bring opera into your homes in the best ways we can. Stay tuned for more coming soon and check this page often for the latest listings for #LAOAtHome.