Alan Gilbert Conducts HK Gruber’s Gloria - A Pig Tale

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Gloria – A Pig Tale

Location

The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Price Range

$60.00

Date & Times

29

May, 2014

Thursday, 7:00 PM

30

May, 2014

Friday, 7:00 PM

1

Jun, 2014

Sunday, 2:00 PM

Event Info
Join us for this staged production by Alan Gilbert and Giants Are Small, which brought you Le Grand Macabre and The Cunning Little Vixen. A rollicking tale of social satire, this humorous opera explores life in excess, told through the aspirations of the beautiful pig, Gloria. See a glimpse of rehearsal in the video below. Tickets include all-day admission to the Met Museum the day of the concert.

A Co-Presentation of the New York Philharmonic, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Juilliard School

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Program

HK Gruber

Gloria – A Pig Tale

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Artists

Alan Gilbert

Conductor

Alan Gilbert

Conductor

Alan Gilbert

Conductor

Alan Gilbert, former Music Director of the New York Philharmonic, launches his tenure as chief conductor of Hamburg’s NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra in September 2019. The Grammy Award–winning conductor previously served as principal guest conductor of the orchestra (then known as NDR Symphony Orchestra Hamburg) for more than a decade, and began serving as chief conductor designate in 2017, shortly after the opening of the orchestra’s already iconic new home. This position follows his truly transformative eight-year tenure as Music Director of the New York Philharmonic, during which, through such key initiatives as the NY PHIL BIENNIAL, he succeeded in making the Orchestra a leader on the cultural landscape. Alan Gilbert is also conductor laureate of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and the founder and president of Musicians for Unity. With the endorsement and guidance of the United Nations, this new organization will bring together musicians from around the world to perform in support of peace, development, and human rights.

Alan Gilbert makes regular guest appearances with orchestras including the Berlin Philharmonic, Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Dresden Staatskapelle, and Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France. He has led operatic productions for Milan’s Teatro alla Scala, The Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Zurich Opera, Royal Swedish Opera, and Santa Fe Opera, where he was the inaugural music director.

His discography includes The Nielsen Project, a box set recorded with the New York Philharmonic, and John Adams’s Doctor Atomic, captured on DVD at The Metropolitan Opera, for which he won a Grammy Award. He received Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Music Direction in PBS’s Live From Lincoln Center broadcasts of two star-studded New York Philharmonic productions: of Sweeney Todd and Sinatra: Voice for a Century.

Alan Gilbert has received Honorary Doctor of Music degrees from the Curtis Institute of Music and Westminster Choir College, as well as Columbia University’s Ditson Conductor’s Award. He is a member of The American Academy of Arts & Sciences, and was named an Officier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government. At The Juilliard School, he is the first holder of the William Schuman Chair in Musical Studies and serves as Director of Conducting and Orchestral Studies. After giving the annual Royal Philharmonic Society Lecture on Orchestras in the 21st Century: A New Paradigm during the New York Philharmonic’s EUROPE / SPRING 2015 tour, he received a 2015 Foreign Policy Association Medal for his commitment to cultural diplomacy.

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Lauren Snouffer

Soprano

Lauren Snouffer

Soprano

Lauren Snouffer

Soprano

Lauren Snouffer is recognized for her unique artistic curiosity in world-class performances spanning the music of Claudio Monteverdi and Johann Adolph Hasse through to Ligeti and George Benjamin. This season she appears in the title role of Berg’s Lulu in a new production at the Teatro Municipal de Santiago, conducted by Pedro-Pablo Prudencio and directed by Mariame Clément, and she returns to Houston Grand Opera for the World Premiere of The Phoenix by composer Tarik O’Regan and librettist John Caird. Other appearances on the international operatic stage include a new production of Handel’s Serse for the Internationale Händel-Festspiele Karlsruhe, directed by Max Emanuel Cencic and conducted by Georg Petrou, and the role of Magnolia Hawks in Francesca Zambello’s production of Kern & Hammerstein’s Show Boat for The Glimmerglass Festival. Highlights among her concert stage appearances include Bernstein’s Candide with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra; a concert featuring works by Haydn and Mozart with Bernard Labadie and Orchestra of St. Luke’s at Carnegie Hall; Handel’s Messiah with The Cleveland Orchestra and National Arts Centre Orchestra, as well as the New York Philharmonic; and a program of music by J.S. Bach and Couperin with Ars Lyrica Houston.

Lauren Snouffer has collaborated with many of the world’s most distinguished conductors and orchestras, including Franz Welser-Möst and The Cleveland Orchestra, Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic, Cristian Măcelaru and the Rotterdam Philharmonic, Krzysztof Urbański and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Markus Stenz and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and Marin Alsop and the Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo.

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Brenda Patterson

Mezzo-soprano (Solo pig and other roles)

Brenda Patterson

Mezzo-soprano (Solo pig and other roles)

Mezzo-soprano (Solo pig and other roles)

In the 2013–14 season mezzo-soprano Brenda Patterson joins the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall to sing Elsbeth in Richard Strauss’s Feuersnot and returns to The Metropolitan Opera’s roster. She recently triumphed in a number of leading roles at the Hamburg Staatsoper, including Idamante in Mozart’s Idomeneo, Niklausse in Offenbach’s The Tales of Hoffmann, Dorabella in Mozart’s Così fan tutte, Hansel in Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel, Cherubino in Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, Annio in Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito, and Rosina in Rossini’s The Barber of Seville. She made her Metropolitan Opera debut as a Wood Sprite in Dvořák’s Rusalka and has since returned to the company as Berg’s Lulu, Gluck’s Iphigénie en Tauride, Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmélites, and The Marriage of Figaro. Other opera engagements include Stephano in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette (at Opera Colorado), Cherubino (Lyric Opera of Kansas City), Alcina in Haydn’s Orlando Paladino (Glimmerglass Opera), and the soloist in Ariadne Unhinged, a staging of works by Schoenberg, Haydn, and Monteverdi (Gotham Chamber Opera). Also active in concert and chamber music, Ms. Patterson has sung Bach’s Weihnachstsoratorium, Erforsche mich, Gott, und erfahre mein Herz, and Ich liebe den Hochsten von ganzem Gemute (with Orchestra of Saint Luke’s) and Weihnachstsoratorium and Tilge, Höchster, meine Sünde (Handel and Haydn Society). She has sung Berio’s Folk Songs (Greenwich Music Festival) and Mozart’s Requiem (Saint Thomas Church). A passionate performer of new repertoire, has premiered more than 30 works by living composers.

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Alexander Lewis

Tenor (Gerhard and other roles)

Alexander Lewis

Tenor (Gerhard and other roles)

Tenor (Gerhard and other roles)

Australian tenor Alexander Lewis is a graduate of The Metropolitan Opera’s Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. This season he featured in The Met’s HD Broadcasts as the title role in Shostakovich’s The Nose, and reprised his performance as Borsa in Verdi’s Rigoletto. He also made his Washington National Opera debut as Flask in Jake Heggie’s Moby Dick. As a young artist he appeared as Vasek in The Met–Juilliard production of Smetana’s The Bartered Bride, conducted by James Levine, and as Ferrando in Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte, conducted by Alan Gilbert. In 2010 he completed The Merola Opera Program in San Francisco where he performed Nemorino in Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore. Mr. Lewis is also a graduate of The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (where he received his B.A. in Music Theatre). His professional musical theater credits include the Sondheim roles of George in Sunday in the Park with George (Victorian Opera Company) and Anthony Hope in Sweeney Todd (Opera Australia), Raoul in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, and Frederick Barret in Maury Yeston’s Titanic, the Musical. His concert highlights include the World Premiere of Kiss me, Katherina with The Southern Cross Soloists, Britten’s Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings at The Bangalow Music Festival, Rossini’s Petite messe solennelle, The Met’s Summer Recital series, The Manchester Music Festival, the role of Poisson in The Opera Orchestra of New York's performance of Cilea’s Andriana Lecouvreur, Australia Plays Broadway, and APEC Australia’s Gala Cultural Performance. Alexander has received prizes in The Gerda Lissner, The Licia Albanese-Puccini Foundation, and Opera Index competitions and was also awarded Opera Foundation Australia’s New York Study Award, The Australian National Aria Competition, and The Sir Robert Askin Traveling Scholarship. His upcoming roles include Tamino in Mozart’s The Magic Flute for West Australian Opera and Raoul de St Brioche in Lehár’s The Merry Widow for The Met.

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Carlton Ford

Baritone (Farmer and other roles)

Carlton Ford

Baritone (Farmer and other roles)

Baritone (Farmer and other roles)

American baritone Carlton Ford is a graduate of The Juilliard School and Rice University. In the 2012–13 season he made debuts with the New York Philharmonic, Crested Butte Music Festival, and Paris’s Théâtre du Châtelet as Dewain in John Adams’s I Was Looking At The Ceiling And Then I Saw The Sky. His 2013–14 season includes his Florida Grand Opera debut and his role debut as Harlekin in Glimmerglass Festival’s production of Richard Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos. During the 2011–12 season Mr. Ford made his Houston Grand Opera debut as Fiorello in Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, followed by the World Premiere of John Glover’s New Arrivals. He is featured on the Emmy-nominated Live From Lincoln Center broadcast of Rogers & Hammerstein’s Carousel with the New York Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall’s 2008 opening night gala filmed for PBS’s Great Performances series, and the Oscar-nominated HBO series Masterclass with Plácido Domingo. In previous seasons, Carlton Ford has sung the roles of Marcello (in Puccini’s La bohème), Gugliemo (Mozart’s Così fan tutte), Demetrius (Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Ottone (Moteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea), Voltore in Musto’s Volpone, Dancaïro (Bizet’s Carmen), and Mercutio (Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette). He has also appeared in several roles during his three seasons as a Gerdine Young Artist at the Opera Theatre of St. Louis, and collaborated numerous times in recital with Steven Blier, Michael Barrett, and the New York Festival of Song. A winner of the 2014 Opera Foundation Scholarship, Mr. Ford was a finalist in Houston Grand Opera’s 2012 Eleanor McCollum Competition and a recipient of both First Place and Grand Prize in Chicago’s 2011 Bel Canto Foundation Competition. A native of Chicago, Illinois, he recently completed his residency as a studio artist with the Florida Grand Opera and will spend his 2014–15 season as an ensemble artist with the Deutsche Oper Berlin.

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Kevin Burdette

Bass

Kevin Burdette

Bass

Bass

Kevin Burdette’s 2013–14 engagements include Shostakovich’s The Nose with The Metropolitan Opera, Sergeant of Police in Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance with Portland Opera, Ko-Ko in Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Mikado with Opera Memphis, Osmin in Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio with Opera Grand Rapids, Mozart’s Requiem with Grand Rapids Symphony, Handel’s Messiah with Seattle Symphony Orchestra, and Dulcamara in Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore with San Diego Opera. Recent highlights include the roles in Thomas Adès’s The Tempest with The Metropolitan Opera (which received a French Diapason d’Or and 2014 Grammy Award), Berg’s Wozzeck with London’s Philharmonia Orchestra, Donizetti’s La fille du régiment with San Diego Opera, Offenbach’s La Perichole with New York City Opera, Offenbach’s La Grande-duchesse de Gérolstein, and Morrison’s Oscar (creating the role of Justice Wills/Henry B. Isaacson in the World Premiere) with Santa Fe Opera. He also sang Messiah with the Chicago, Cincinnati, and Nashville symphony orchestras and Les Violons du Roy; Leporello in Mozart’s Don Giovanni (with the Los Angeles Philharmonic); Prophet/King in Nico Muhly’s Dark Sisters (World Premiere, co-produced by Gotham Chamber Opera and Opera Philadelphia); Bartolo in Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia (Lyric Opera of Kansas City); Osmin (Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires); Stefano in The Tempest (L’Opéra de Québec); Ogre in Xavier Montsalvatge’s El gato con botas  (U.S. Stage Premiere, Gotham Chamber Opera); Death/Loudspeaker in Viktor Ullmann’s Emperor of Atlantis (Boston Lyric Opera); Nick Shadow in Britten’s The Rake’s Progress (Princeton Festival); and Mr. Scattergood in Menotti’s The Last Savage (Santa Fe Opera debut). This summer he sings Herr Puff in Mozart’s The Impresario and Chamberlain in Stravinsky’s Le Rossignol with Santa Fe Opera, and in 2014–15 he will appear at Opera Philadelphia, Florentine Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, and as Beck Weathers in the World Premiere of Talbot’s Everest with Dallas Opera (World Premiere).

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The Juilliard School's AXIOM Ensemble

The Juilliard School's AXIOM Ensemble

AXIOM, led by music director Jeffrey Milarsky, is dedicated to performing the masterworks of the 20th- and 21st-century repertoire. Since its 2006 debut in Avery Fisher (now David Geffen) Hall, the group has established itself as a leading ensemble in New York City’s contemporary music scene with performances throughout Lincoln Center, in addition to frequent appearances at Columbia University’s Miller Theatre and (Le) Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village.

Work in the ensemble is grounded in The Juilliard School’s curriculum, with students receiving a credit in chamber music for participation. During any four-year period AXIOM members have the opportunity to perform works by John Adams, Harrison Birtwistle, Druckman, Magnus Lindberg, and Schoenberg, among others. Guest conductors have included Alan Gilbert, Susanna Mälkki, and David Robertson.

Highlights of the upcoming season include a performance of Louis Andriessen’s De Staat, as part of the New York Philharmonic’s The Art of Andriessen, on October 14, 2018; a concert on October 26 celebrating Juilliard faculty member John Corigliano’s 80th birthday and Juilliard alumnus Nico Muhly on the occasion of the performances of his new opera, Marnie, at The Metropolitan Opera; and a concert on April 18, 2019, featuring works by Xenakis, Caroline Shaw, and Juilliard alumnus Steve Reich.

Highlights of the 2017–18 season included a program dedicated to former Juilliard faculty member composer Jacob Druckman (also a former Philharmonic Composer-in-Residence); an all-Berio program; and a concert featuring Hans Abrahamsen’s Schnee.

In the 2016–17 season AXIOM honored composer John Adams on his 70th birthday; Juilliard alumnus Steve Reich on his 80th birthday; and performed a program devoted to the music of Kaija Saariaho.

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Giants Are Small

Producer

Giants Are Small

Producer

Producer

Since its founding in 2007 by American director/visual artist Doug Fitch, Swiss filmmaker/producer Edouard Getaz, and multimedia entrepreneur Frederic Gumy, Giants Are Small has become one of the most groundbreaking and critically acclaimed New York City production companies. Collaborating with some of today’s finest orchestras and outstanding talents, Giants Are Small is known for its extraordinary range of genre-bending fusions of theater, live filmmaking, and music. In 2010 Giants Are Small created a production of Ligeti’s Le Grand Macabre with the New York Philharmonic, conducted by Alan Gilbert, which was cited as 2010’s best opera of the year by The New York Times, New York magazine, and Time Out New York. The Philharmonic collaboration continued with the 2011 production of Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen (New York magazine’s “Best Classical Event of the Year”) and A Dancer’s Dream: Two Works by Stravinsky (2013, and later screen in movie theaters worldwide); and HK Gruber’s Gloria – A Pig Tale for the NY PHIL BIENNIAL (with Alan Gilbert conducting forces from The Juilliard School). The 2015 production of Petrushka during the Orchestra’s EUROPE / SPRING 2015 tour marks the company’s fourth collaboration with the Philharmonic. In 2008 at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Giants Are Small presented a new version of Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in a production that merged live classical music, live animation, and video effects in real time. In 2014 Giants Are Small Discovery was launched; these exploratory productions, drawing on diverse musical genres, apply its signature treatment to smaller scale works in a range of cultural spaces; Dadabomb and Gloria – A Pig Tale were the first two works presented under this label. In co-production with Universal Music and Deutsche Grammophon, Giants Are Small is currently developing Peter+Wolf in Hollywood, which will result in an iPad app, CD, digital album, and live show.

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Doug Fitch

Director

Doug Fitch

Director

Doug Fitch

Director

Visual artist, designer, and director Doug Fitch created several productions with the New York Philharmonic, including Ligeti’s Le Grand Macabre; Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen; A Dancer’s Dream: Two Works by Stravinsky; and HK Gruber’s Gloria – A Pig Tale. The Philharmonic later performed Petrushka, one-half of A Dancer’s Dream, on tour at London’s Barbican Centre. Next year Le Grand Macabre will be remounted at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Germany. Mr. Fitch has also created productions for Los Angeles Opera, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Santa Fe Opera, and Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, and for Bard’s SummerScape Festival. His Tanglewood production of Elliott Carter’s What Next? was filmed and later screened at the Museum of Modern Art.

Doug Fitch directed and designed the original version of Matthew Aucoin’s Orphic Moments at National Sawdust, a production that was remounted at the Salzburg Landestheater. He designed a third version for Master Voices at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater. At National Sawdust he performed a live-animated version of Musorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition with Alessio Bax, later remounted with Inon Barnatan at Town Hall. His cabaret, Doug Fitch’s Art Gallery Variety Show, has appeared at National Sawdust and Maison Francaise at Columbia University.

Mr. Fitch is a co-founder of Giants Are Small, which, in co-production with Universal Music and Deutsche Grammophon, developed Peter and the Wolf in Hollywood an iPad app, CD, and digital album featuring Alice Cooper as narrator and the German National Youth Orchestra. In May 2017 a live version was performed by the National Symphony Orchestra with Mr. Fitch as narrator. 

Doug Fitch’s recent projects include the World Premiere of Daniel Thomas Davis’s opera Six. Twenty. Outrageous at Symphony Space and Pan, created in collaboration with Marcos Balter and Claire Chase, at The Kitchen. 

 

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Edouard Getaz

Producer

Edouard Getaz

Producer

Edouard Getaz

Producer

Edouard Getaz is co-founder and producer of Giants Are Small. Born in 1973 in Lausanne, Switzerland, he is now a New York–based producer and director. Mr. Getaz has produced a wide variety of events, from major fashion shows to music festivals and large historical celebrations, including several New York Philharmonic projects: Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du soldat (2005, directed by Doug Fitch), Le Grand Macabre (2010), The Cunning Little Vixen (2011), and A Dancer’s Dream: Two Works by Stravinsky (2013). Petrushka is the fifth creation produced by Mr. Getaz (who is the show’s video director). With Doug Fitch, Mr. Getaz has also created Giants Are Small’s adaptation of Peter and the Wolf with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at Walt Disney Concert Hall (2008). In co-production with Universal Music / Deutsche Grammophon, and with his partners Doug Fitch and Frederic Gumy, he is currently developing: Peter+Wolf in Hollywood, which will result in an iPad app, CD, digital album, and live show. Mr. Getaz has directed two short films, Virgin Red (2005) and Freud’s Magic Powder (2009, in co-production with the Swiss National Television); both were premiered at the Locarno Film Festival and selected for major festivals worldwide. For Citibank’s 200th anniversary in 2011 Mr. Getaz directed the music video Proud, which won major awards (including the PR Week Award). He has directed video campaigns for the Michael J. Fox Foundation and the International Olympic Committee. Edouard Getaz holds a master in law from the Fribourg University and a certificate in film directing and production from New York University.

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James Smith

Production Manager

James Smith

Production Manager

Production Manager

James Smith has worked on production produced by Giants Are Small and the New York Philharmonic since 2009, serving as assistant director on Ligeti’s Le Grand Macabre, Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen, and A Dancer’s Dream. He is currently working on several future projects with Giants Are Small including a special event with the Swiss Consulate General, Petrushka at the Barbican for the Philharmonic’s residency there in 2015, and Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf. In addition to his work in classical music production, he is an executive producer at Intercontinental Pictures, and has been working with Edouard Getaz to develop a new interactive documentary iPad app called Inside Risk. Mr. Smith holds music degrees from Wesleyan and Bucknell universities and has a diverse background in stage direction and artistic planning, having worked with such major U.S. performing arts institutions as The Metropolitan Opera and Santa Fe Opera.

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Kate Noll

Set Design

Kate Noll

Set Design

Set Design

Kate Noll’s credits include set design for Dario Fo’s Accidental Death of an Anarchist, co-produced by Yale Repertory Theater and Berkeley Repertory Theater. She designed the sets for Caryl Churchill’s Cloud Nine and the costumes for the Carlotta Festival of New Plays at the Yale School of Drama. Ms. Noll was the resident designer for the 2013 Summer Cabaret, designing sets for Tartuffe, Miss Julie, The Shoemaker’s Prodigious Wife, and Caryl Churchill’s Heart’s Desire and Drunk Enough to Say I Love You, as well as costumes for Tennessee Williams’s Bar at a Tokyo Hotel. Her other Yale Cabaret credits include sets designed for The Maids, Funnyhouse of a Negro, Ray Planta, The Fatal Eggs, and Ermyntrude and Esmeralda, and costumes for Ain’t Gonna Make It and The Bird Bath. Before her time at Yale, she worked with Giants Are Small on Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen for the New York Philharmonic. Kate Noll has been a resident set designer at the Sundance Directors Lab where she work-shopped the films Little Birds, My Brother the Devil, and Beasts of a Southern Wild. She has worked as a stylist and a production designer for photography, television, and film in New York City. Before studying set design at the Yale School of Drama, where she recently received her M.F.A., she practiced as a studio artist in Amsterdam and Rome, after receiving her B.F.A. in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design.

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Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew

Lighting Design

Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew

Lighting Design

Lighting Design

Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew is a New York City–based lighting designer. Her work has been seen in U.S. venues such as BAM Fisher, Rose Theater at Lincoln Center, HERE Arts Center, St. Ann’s Warehouse, La Mama, ArtsEmerson, Manhattan School of Music, Joyce SOHO, REDCAT, and Highways Performance Space, and internationally in Havana, Prague, Lima, and Edinburgh. Her recent new opera productions include Kamala Sankaram’s Thumbprint, premiered at Prototype 2014; Gotham Chamber Opera’s Orientale; Jonathan Dawe’s Cosi Faran Tutti; Sheila Silver’s The Wooden Sword; and Peter Winkler’s Fox Fables with Rhoda Levine. Upcoming projects include Brother Brother with Experiments in Opera and Scarlet Ibis premiering at Prototype 2015. Other operas on which she has worked include Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Francesco Cavalli’s Eliogabalo and La Calisto, Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea, Handel’s Alcina, Gilbert & Sullivan’s Princess Ida, Johann Strauss II’s Die Fledermaus, Peter Brook’s La Tragedie de Carmen, and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas.

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Special Thanks
This concert is made possible with generous support from an anonymous donor. Major support for the NY PHIL BIENNIAL is provided by The Francis Goelet Fund, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation, and The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation.
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