Eric Einhorn General & Artistic Director

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Piper Gunnarson, Geoffrey McDonald, Unison Media, Dunch Arts, LLC
  • Productions

  • The Guilty Mother

  • Rhoda and the Fossil Hunt
    (Librettist/Stage Director)

  • Miss Havisham’s Wedding Night/The Death of Cleopatra
    (Stage Director)

  • The Marriage of Figaro
    (Stage Director)

  • Pygmalion for Glass™ Explorers
    (Stage Director)

  • Clarimonde
    (Stage Director)

  • Pygmalion
    (Stage Director)

  • Blue Monday
    (Stage Director)

  • The Tale of the Silly Baby Mouse
    (Stage Director)

  • Barber Logo by Derek Bishop

    The Barber of Seville
    (Stage Director)

  • The Secret Gardener
    (Stage Director)

Eric Einhorn has been praised by The Austin Chronicle as “a rising star in the opera world” and by Opera News for his “keen eye for detail and character insight.” He is the co-founder of On Site Opera, a company dedicated to immersive, site- specific productions. Mr. Einhorn has directed productions for Chicago Lyric Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Ft. Worth Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, Florentine Opera, Austin Lyric Opera, Utah Opera, Michigan Opera Theater, the Pacific Symphony, and Gotham Chamber Opera. He has been a member of the stage directing staff at the Metropolitan Opera since 2005. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette named Mr. Einhorn’s production of Dialogues des Carmélites for Pittsburgh Opera one of the top ten classical music performances of 2011. He originally created the production for Austin Lyric Opera in 2009 and was awarded “Best Opera” at the Austin Critics’ Table Awards in addition to garnering him a nomination for “Best Director.” During summer of 2014, he directed Rameau’s Pygmalion at Madame Tussauds New York and the Lifestyle-Trimco mannequin showroom. This production featured the world’s first implementation of supertitles for Google Glass. Upcoming engagements include the world premiere of Happy Birthday, Wanda June with Indianapolis Opera, a revival staging of Simon Boccanegra starring Placido Domingo at the Metropolitan Opera, and a new staging of The Flying Dutchman for Austin Opera.

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