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
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.