The Crypt Sessions: The Tell-Tale Heart

The Crypt Sessions presents a small taste of Gregg Kallor’s new piece based on Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Tell-Tale Heart,’ featuring Joshua Roman and Elizabeth Pojanowski, in collaboration with On Site Opera and directed by Sarah Meyers.

// // Production: The Tell-Tale Heart

Save the Date for OSO’s Inaugural Benefit! 

Please join On Site Opera as we celebrate the opening of our sixth season with our first annual benefit fundraiser in the exquisite grand ballroom at The Harmonie Club. The evening will feature a seated three course dinner interspersed within a double bill of two operatic monodramas: Hector Berlioz’s The Death of Cleopatra, performed by mezzo-soprano Blythe Gaissert followed by Dominick Argento’s Miss Havisham’s Wedding Night, performed by soprano Leah Partridge. Conducted by OSO’s Music Director, Geoffrey McDonald, and directed by our General & Artistic Director, Eric Einhorn, the site-specific production features the string quintet SYBARITE5 at the center of a chamber orchestra.

Tickets are $500 and go on sale Wednesday, July 20 at or 212-877-0500.

Video animation & production logo by Paul DiPierro.

Highlights from Marcos Portugal’s “Figaro” at 632 on Hudson

Highlights from On Site Opera’s 2016 production of Marcos Portugal’s “The Marriage of Figaro” at 632 on Hudson

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FIGARO, Jesse Blumberg, baritone
SUSANNA, Jeni Houser, soprano
MARCELLINA, Margaret Lattimore, mezzo-soprano
DON BARTOLO, David Langan, bass-baritone
COUNT ALMAVIVA, David Blalock, tenor
DON BASILIO, Ryan Kuster, bass-baritone
COUNTESS, Camille Zamora, soprano
ANTONIO/GUSMANO, Antoine Hodge, bass-baritone

MUSIC DIRECTOR, Geoffrey McDonald
HAIR & MAKEUP DESIGNER, Gabrielle Vincent
PRODUCER, Jessica Kiger

Video: Geoff Shelton, Hank Films
Production Logo Design: Derek Bishop

// // Production: The Marriage of Figaro

OnSiteFigaro: Tour of 632 on Hudson

On Site Opera’s General & Artistic Director, Eric Einhorn and Executive Director/Producer, Jessica Kiger take you on a quick tour of the strikingly sumptuous 632 on Hudson, the perfect space for some Figaro fueled wedding-day chaos! Thanks to Fay Fox for the fab video!

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// // Production: The Marriage of Figaro // Production Team: Eric Einhorn, Jessica Kiger

On Site Opera featured in The Wall Street Journal

Alt-Operas Unite the ‘Beer and Champagne Crowds’ By PIA CATTON Feb. 19, 2016  Some groups rarely perform twice at the same venue: In 2014, On Site Opera presented Rameau’s “Pygmalion,” in which an artist falls in love with a sculpture, … Continued