Jeremy Huw Williams, Baritone: With Paula Fan, piano; music by American composers at National Opera Center, Oct. 21

Date: 

Oct 21 2017 - 8:00pm

Join us on Saturday evening, Oct 21 at National Opera Center/Opera America in New York City, for a FREE concert featuring international artists Jeremy Huw Williams, baritone, and Paula Fan, piano. Featured songs and arias include music of Barbara Jazwinski, Beth Wiemann, Darleen Mitchell, Roger Vogel, Gheoghe Costinescu, Brian Schober and Michael Dellaira.  Poetry and text settings are drawn from a variety of sources - Sophocles, Hilda Doolittle, Richard Howard, Goethe, Micki LeMieux, and Amaut de Mareuil.

The Welsh baritone Jeremy Huw Williams studied at St John's College, Cambridge, at the National Opera Studio, and with April Cantelo.  He made his debut with WNO as Guglielmo (Così fan tutte) and has since appeared in more than sixty operatic roles.  Williams has given performances at major venues in North and South America, Australia, China, Hong Kong, and most European countries. Pianist Paula Fan has performed on five continents as soloist and chamber musician, recorded over twenty commercial albums, and has broadcast for the BBC, NPR, Radio Television China, and international stations from Bosnia to Australia. As one of the first recipients of the doctorate in Collaborative Piano, she has lectured on the subject worldwide. 

Complete program:

Brian Schober
The Wind is fair (Troubador Songs)    

Darleen Mitchell
In a Fall Moment, and Other Songs    

Gheorghe Costinescu
Wanderers Nachtlied                  

Barbara Jazwinski
The Girl by the Ocean                       

Roger C. Vogel
It is Best Not to be Born                       

Beth Wiemann
Aldington’s Aria (“But I say, Dooley, Between Us”)

Michael Dellaira          
Colored Stones  

National Opera Center/Opera America
330 Seventh Ave. - between 28th and 29th streets
7th Floor

8pm - reception to follow concert
No tickets required

 

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