Posts tagged new opera
NEWS: Sequanza 21 Reviews BMOP's "Cymbeline" by Charles Fussell

With BMOP’s new recording of his 1980s adaptation of Shakespeare’s Cymbeline, It is pleasing to see that they still are. In addition to winsome soloists soprano Aliana de la Guardia and tenor Matthew Battista – both taking on multiple roles.

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AUDIO: "All Must Have A Voice" Aria from Crafting The Bonds

An aria from a reading of Crafting the Bonds, a new opera with music by Elena Ruehr, libretto by Gretchen Henderson. On this track is Cappella Clausura and the Arneis String Quartet conducted by Amelia LeClair.

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VIDEO: "Different Kinds of Light" by Marti Epstein

Here I am performing "Different Kinds of Light" by Marti Epstein with cellist Stephen Marotto. Text by Jackson Mac Low. Filmed from a live performance on January 22, 2018 by Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

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NEWS: “Loose, Wet, Perforated” Reviewed in Opera News

Joe Cadagin of Opera News reviews Guerilla Opera's studio album of "Loose, Wet, Perforated" by Nicholas Vines, released on Navona Records October 2017. He writes: “Soprano Aliana de la Guardia struts her stuff as the wanton Loose. She has a trashy moment of vulnerability when her character performs a striptease…”

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NEWS: “Loose, Wet, Perforated” Reviewed in Gramophone

Laurence Vittes of Gramophone Magazine reviews Guerilla Opera's studio album of "Loose, Wet, Perforated" by Nicholas Vines, released on Navona Records October 2017. He writes: “Aliana de la Guardia’s Loose lets loose dizzying flights of virtuosity…”

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NEWS: “Loose, Wet, Perforated” by Nicholas Vines Available on Navona Records

Composer Nicholas Vines’ surreal opera Loose, Wet, Perforated comes to life in this Navona Records release. Commissioned by the Boston-based experimental opera company Guerilla Opera and premiered in 2011, this audacious, rollicking conceptual mash-up by composer Nicholas Vines puts a very modern spin on some quite ancient ideas.

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