On Site Opera’s Double Bill of Monodramas at The Harmonie Club

Highlights from On Site Opera’s 2016 production of Argento’s “Miss Havisham’s Wedding Night” and Berlioz’s “La Mort de Cléopâtre” at The Harmonie Club.
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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.
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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 more information: osopera.org/figaro 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
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Video update from On Site Opera’s “Barber of Seville”

A behind the scenes look at On Site Opera’s rehearsals of Giovanni Paisiello’s “The Barber of Seville” June 9 & 11-13, 2015 at 7:30pm | Fabbri Mansion (House of the Redeemer) more information: http://bit.ly/OnSite_Barber ROSINA: Monica Yunus, soprano COUNT ALMAVIVA: David Blalock, tenor FIGARO: Andrew Wilkowske, baritone DR. BARTOLO: Rod
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Pygmalion Trailer

Cupid brings a scultpor’s work to life in On Site Opera’s site-specific production of Rameau’s “Pygmalion” at the Lifestyle-Trimco mannequin showroom in June 2014. Trailer by Geoff Shelton – www.geoffshelton.com
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Meet Cupid’s Graces: Games and Laughter

“I was inspired to use the classical structure of the minuet while infusing contemporary forms.” –Choreographer Jordan Isadore on his work in Pygmalion. We are excited to bring you a sneak peek from rehearsal of Jordan’s choreography! In this clip, Cupid’s Graces, Games and Laughter (played by Jordan Isadore and Eloise
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“But What I Really Want to do is Direct”

In September 2013, OSO Artistic Director Eric Einhorn took part in an Opera America’s panel called “But What I Really Want to Do is Direct.” Watch the complete panel discussion here. Finding support and training can be hard — breaking in is even harder. What skills do you need in
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Blue Monday Trailer

A quick trip to the roaring ’20s with On Site Opera’s exciting production of Gershwin’s “Blue Monday” produced at Harlem’s historic Cotton Club in June 2013. Produced by On Site Opera & Harlem Opera Theater Trailer by Good Baby Films (http://goodbabyfilms.com/)
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Meet the artist behind Blue Monday: Alyson Cambridge

Watch as star soprano Alyson Cambridge discusses her role of Vi in On Site Opera’s upcoming production of “Blue Monday.” Ms. Cambridge – who joined us between performances as Julie in “Showboat” with Washington National Opera – shares her thoughts the finer points of singing Gershwin, the story of how
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Meet the artist behind Blue Monday: Eric Einhorn

Watch as award-winning stage director Eric Einhorn shares his vision for On Site Opera’s upcoming production of Gershwin’s “Blue Monday.” Mr. Einhorn (OSO’s Artistic Director) discusses the history of Gershwin’s first opera and gives an inside look at producing opera at the historic Cotton Club.
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Meet the artist behind Blue Monday: Alvin Crawford

Watch as bass Alvin Crawford discusses his role of Sam in On Site Opera’s upcoming production of “Blue Monday.” A truly versatile performer, Mr. Crawford has been seen in leading roles from Broadway to the Vienna Opera stage. In this interview, he shares his thoughts on singing Gershwin, and how
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Meet the artist behind Blue Monday: Gregory Hopkins

Watch as conductor Gregory Hopkins discusses On Site Opera and Harlem Opera Theater’s upcoming production of “Blue Monday” at the Cotton Club. In this interview, Maestro Hopkins (HOT’s Artistic Director) also talks about his work as one of Harlem’s musical leaders, and tells us about his career idol!
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Meet the artist behind Blue Monday: Chase Taylor

Chase Taylor, a recent Metropolitan Opera National Council Regional Finalist, plays Joe, Vi’s gambling boyfriend. Chase discusses his role in On Site Opera’s upcoming production of Gershwin’s “Blue Monday”, as well as sings some of Joe’s beautiful aria from the opera.
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Meet the artist behind Blue Monday: Clayton Mathews

Up-and-coming bass-baritone Clayton Mathews plays the club owner Mike in On Site Opera’s production of Gershwin’s “Blue Monday” at the Cotton Club. In this interview, Mr. Mathews talks about making his New York debut, his family history with the Harlem Renaissance, and why he likes to play the bad guy
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