ALT Alumni: Composers And Librettists In Concert
Jan
14
8:00 PM20:00

ALT Alumni: Composers And Librettists In Concert

Alumni of American Lyric Theater's Composer Librettist Development Program are changing the landscape of contemporary opera! Join us for ALT's annual alumni concert, showcasing scenes from three exciting new operas taking the stage around the country, written by alumni of the CLDP.

Featured guest artists: Patricia Schuman, Lauren Snouffer, Katrina Thurman, Jennifer Panara, Elise Quagliata, Daniel T. Curran, Daniel Belcher, Adrian Rosas, and James Lowe.

Hosted by ALT's Founder and Producing Artistic Director Lawrence Edelson.

PROGRAM:

THE HOUSE WITHOUT A CHRISTMAS TREE (excerpts)
Music by Ricky Ian Gordon | Libretto by Royce Vavrek*
Based on the original story by Gail Rock. Commissioned by Houston Grand Opera.

ALBERT NOBBS (excerpts)
Music by Patrick Soluri* | Libretto by Deborah Brevoort*
Pellicciotti Opera Composition Prize Finalist

MONKEY AND FRANCINE IN THE CITY OF TIGERS (complete)
Music by Kamala Sankaram* | Libretto by David Johnston*
Commissioned by Houston Grand Opera; Developed in partnership with American Lyric Theater

(* Denotes alumni of the Composer Librettist Development Program.)

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Sep
24
3:00 PM15:00

American Lyric Theater Salon

Katrina joins American Lyric Theater as a soloist for The New Crew, a salon including performances by and discussions with American Lyric Theater’s newest Resident Artists in the Composer Librettist Development Program: composers Shuying Li, Andy Teirstein, and Liliya Ugay; librettists Lorene Cary, Julian Crouch, and Lila Palmer; and dramaturg Antigoni Gaitana.

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Once Upon A Date: A Lover's Life
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6:30 PM18:30

Once Upon A Date: A Lover's Life

Katrina Thurman and pianist Aurelien Eulert present a delightful and kaleidoscopic look into the joys, laughs, pleasures, pain, and perils of dating life as told though the music of favorite American Songbook composers Gershwin, Porter, Sondheim, Bernstein, Rodgers, and Styne, as well as a few songs from the more recent Broadway stock.

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