“Thanks to all my wonderful colleagues who came and performed with me in a program of Handel and Purcell at Eglise St Louis en Ile in Paris”. The place was packed and the audience loved it! August 10th 2014.
Kitchen Opera Company, a vocal ensemble of fantastic opera singers performing original musical pieces all about food, will be performing at 54Below a premier Supper Club designed by multiple Tony Award winning producers just steps from Times Square on Wednesday April 30th 2014.
Kitchen Opera Company will be featured along with Tony Award winner Cady Huffman performing A Cappella Cookbook-Music inspired by the world’s greatest chefs. Mixing musical and culinary talents this is sure to be an entertaining and delightful experience for all ages.
Doors open at 5:00PM the show begins at 7:00PM. Purchase tickets in advance by calling 646.476.3551 or from Ticket Web at 866-468-7619 or; http://www.ticketweb.com Tickets purchased after 4PM the day of the performance are sold only by calling 646.476.3551.
I’ve been enjoying my time performing at the Houston Early Music Festival. I’ve also been lucky to have been featured in the Houston Chronicle discussing my two passions, music & food. You can take a look at the article here along with one of my favorite recipes.
A continuation of the Houston Early Music Festival performance, this Sunday, February 16th, I have the pleasure of performing Bach’s monumental masterpiece, Mass in B Minor. The Abendmusik Concert: Mass in B Minor will be conducted by Dresden baroque specialist Peter Kopp, with the Bach Choir Houston and Mercury. Amongst myself, the concert will feature soloists sopranos Meredith Ruduski and Julia Dawson, tenor Randall Umstead and bass Timothy Jones.
I’ve been Looking forward to singing the role of ‘Eternita’ in Scarlatti’s ‘La Sposa’ with Matthew Dirst and Ars Lyrica in Houston this Saturday. As mentioned earlier, this is the modern world première of a 1703 oratorio by Alessandro Scarlatti.
This February, I will have to pleasure to participate in the second annual Houston Early Music Festival. Ars Lyrica Houston, Bach Society Houston, Houston Early Music and Mercury – The Orchestra Redefined will host the second annual Houston Early Music Festival from February 8-16, 2014 at venues across the city.
On February 8th, The modern world première of a 1703 oratorio by Alessandro Scarlatti will feature Canadian soprano Meghan Lindsay in her Ars Lyrica début and three of the world’s leading countertenors which includes myself, John Holiday, and Jay Carter. Ars Lyrica’s recording of this beautiful work, not heard since the early 18th century, will be released in Fall 2014 on the Sono Luminus label.
Last week, I had a pleasure to sing for Cady Huffman in her show at the Broadway’s super club 54 Below. Peter was simply amazing on the bagpipes and we were applauded by the likes of Nathan Lane. Cady was wonderful and we are thrilled to have her as part of Kitchen Opera Company.