Golden Gate, an opera by Conrad Cummings

Sat - January 16, 2010, 8:00 pm


Golden Gate, an opera by Conrad Cummings

American Opera Projects and LivelyWorks present a workshop production of THE GOLDEN GATE, an opera in two acts.

Music by Conrad Cummings Libretto from the novel-in-verse by Vikram Seth adapted by the composer.

Performances by: baritone David Adam Moore, tenor Keith Jameson, mezzo Hai-Ting Chinn, bass Kevin Burdette, and soprano Katrina Thurman. Steven Osgood, conductor, John Henry Davis, director

Saturday, January 16 & Sunday January 17, 2010 - 8:00 PM

The Rose Studio
10th Floor of the Rose Building
New York, NY

Tickets: $25

The Golden Gate charts two years in the tightly intertwined
lives of five young, attractive, and complex characters. In their
early- and mid-twenties, each is dealing with the intoxicating and
disorienting openness of possibilities presented by San Francisco in
the early 1980s. Inspired by Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin, Seth’s novel-in-verse follows Pushkin’s themes while moving its verse and its story into a poignantly modern setting.