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Nominated as Best Lead Actress in a Musical or Opera

January 24, 2015

De la Guardia has been nominated for a 2014 ArtsImpulse Theatre Award under the category of Best Leading Actress in a Musical or Opera for her performance as Mother/Shopper in Guerilla Opera’s production of “Gallo: a fable in music in one act” by Ken Ueno and stage direction by Sarah Meyers. “Gallo” is also nominated under the category of Best Opera.

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Awards will be presented at the First Annual ArtsImpulse Theatre Awards Gala in the Spring.

See the other nominees online at http://www.artsimpulse.com/#!2014-nominees/c6p3.

Concert Featuring the Music of Andy Vores

January 27, 2014

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Sunday, February 2, 2014 at 8 p.m.
Studio 401, The Boston Conservatory @ 31 Hemenway, Boston, MA

Soprano Aliana de la Guardia and pianist Tae Kim perform an eclectic concert featuring the works of Andy Vores from his opera NO EXIT based on the play by Jean-Paul Sartre and the song cycle CLEOPATRA with poetry by Barbara Chase-Riboud. Additional works by Luciano Berio, Masaki Hasebe and Tae Kim.

Center for Contemporary Opera Debut

July 26, 2013

De la Guardia makes her NYC debut in the world premiere of “Oration” by Line Tjørnhøj, during New Opera Week with the Center for Contemporary Opera.

Line Tjørnhøj describes her chamber opera “Oration” as “a speech for humanity. Oration gives a unique description of the human experience and the love and hate, hope and despair, suffering and joy we see in our lifetimes.”

Cast: Aliana de la Guardia, Marshall Coid, Leanne Gonzalez Singer, Barbara Le May, Gabriel Munro, and Kate Oberjat.

Stage Director: Jeremy Bloom
Music Director: Lidiya Yankovskaya
Scenic Director: Brian Rady
Stage Manager: Mackenzie Meeks
Lighting Designer: Christopher Weston

Following the premiere, you are invited to a wine reception at which time you will be able to meet the participants and discuss this fine opera.

“Oration” is made possible with the generous support from Danish Composers’ Society / KODA’s Fund for Social and Cultural Purposes and the Consulate General of Denmark, New York. Thank you!