1. Guest Artist Collaborative Recital

    Darynn Zimmer will perform in The Complete Spanisches Liederbuch of Hugo Wolf at the University of Miami Frost School of Music in Gusman Hall on November 15, 2017.
  2. Weinberg and Mercurio, from composer to conductor

    scarab_club_logoThursday, October 22, 2015 at 7:30 PM The Scarab Club, 217 Farnsworth, Detroit, MI 48202 Chamber Music at the Scarab Club is delighted to open its 18th season with a concert featuring several chamber works by Mieczysław Weinberg and Paronomasia, A Quartet for clarinet, violin, cello and piano by Steven Mercurio. The program will offer a sampling of Weinberg’s extensive chamber music output as the perfect introduction to Michigan Opera Theatre’s upcoming production of Weinberg’s The Passenger, to be conducted by Steven Mercurio. MOT principal clarinetist Brian Bowman and MOT pianist Jean Schneider will perform Weinberg’s Sonata for Clarinet and Piano. Ms. Schneider will also collaborate with MOT principal flutist Amanda Blaikie on Twelve Miniatures for Flute and Piano. CMSC welcomes New York soprano Darynn Zimmer in a performance of Weinberg’s Jüdische Lieder, Op 13. This work consists of seven songs and will be sung in Yiddish. Weinberg’s Piano Quintet, Op. 18 will showcase pianist Mary Siciliano and four MOT orchestra string players. These first four works were all composed between 1943 and 1946. Weinberg also wrote four sonatas for solo viola; No. 3, composed in the 1980s, will be performed by MOT principal violist John Madison.
  3. Introducing B Cell City – Multi-media work in progress based on cancer

    bcellcitySaturday, October 24, 2015 at 2 PM Temple Performing Art Center 1837 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122 Temple University, Sbarro Health Research Organization and CAM Art Co. join with the http://jump4loves.com/ Italian Consul of Philadelphia, Andrea Canepari, during the month long celebration of the contributions of Italian arts, culture and industry, to introduce B Cell City, a work in progress. Artists and scientists to include Maestro Valery Ryvkin, Dr. Antonio Giordano, Professor Charles Matz, Antonio Lai da Teulada, Darynn Zimmer, soprano and chorus. Music by Luca Richelli. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC More info
  4. The Sorrows of Frederick

    darynn_zimmer_soprano_new_photoNovember 8, 7:30pm
    The Cell Theatre
    338 West 23rd Street, NYC
     
    Based on the award winning play by Romulus Linney, The Sorrows of Frederick is a drama that portrays Frederick the Great as a man of immense intellectual gifts who succumbs to the perversion of power. Scott Wheeler’s four operas have been commissioned and performed by the Metropolitan Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, Washington National Opera and the Guggenheim Foundation. His music can be heard on Naxos, BMOP Sound, and Newport Classic. He has received awards from the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Bogliasco Foundation, and the Classical Recording Foundation. Mr. Wheeler teaches musical theatre at Emerson College in Boston.
     
    Center for Contemporary Opera Development Series
    Music and libretto by Scott Wheeler
    Mark Shapiro, Conductor
    Crystal Manich, Stage Director
    Darynn Zimmer, as ‘Elizabeth Christine’
     
  5. East Harlem Opera hosts The Italian Lesson and The Stronger

    Raphael Benavides and The Poet’s Den Gallery and Theater proudly present soprano and guest curator, Darynn Zimmer, in two English language operatic miniatures: Lee Hoiby’s The Italian Lesson, based on the monologue by Ruth Draper, paired with Hugo Weisgall’s, The Stronger, based on the Strindberg play, in a beautiful proscenium theater, tucked away in a trending neighborhood. Both works have not been performed in New York for more than twenty years. Poet’s Den Gallery and Theater, 309 East 108th Street; Friday, December 6, at 8 P.M., Saturday, December 7, at 3 P.M. & 8 P.M., and Sunday, December 8 at 3 P.M. For tickets and further information: www.eastharlemopera.com
  6. Zinnias: The Life of Clementine Hunter

    The World Premiere of Robert Wilson’s New Opera, ZINNIAS – THE LIFE OF CLEMENTINE HUNTER, will perform January 26 – February 3, 2013. It is only when the curtain goes up that the truth is told. With a working process as intuitive, unique, meticulous, and enigmatic as the resulting shows, it is a blind gamble to predict much about any Robert Wilson production, except its riveting genius. Aside from music steeped in Southern blues, traditional hymns and chants and zydeco, with less than three weeks out on the world premiere of Wilson’s “Zinnias – The Life of Clementine Hunter” at Peak Performances, January 26-February 3, only the facts of the show can be revealed with certainty. Read Full Article at broadwayworld.com
  7. Celebration of Francis Poulenc

    Ms. Zimmer will perform a joint recital in New York City, with baritone Matthew Patrick Morris, and pianist Jonathan Ware, in celebration of Francis Poulenc. Co-sponsored by The Bohemians: http://the-bohemians.org/ and Joy in Singing, at the Italian Academy at Columbia University. March 4, 2013, 8 P.M.

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