Will Sing for Wine... Live!
Areté Venue and Gallery
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Tickets are available at the door for $25, cash only!
This intimate live event will be a feast for the senses as we indulge in "old world" musical repertoire and vintages. In this hour-long program, soprano Rebecca Richardson and pianist Felix Jarrar will be performing both well-known and less performed classical vocal works with piano by composers such as Debussy, Verdi, Obradors, and more! Each musical set will be paired with a carefully selected wine representing the country from which the music originated.
The price of the ticket includes entry to the event, all wines paired with the concert, and light snacks before and after the concert. There are no assigned seats; all seating is first come, first served. Only 40 seats available!
Praised for her "sumptuous lyricism" (Operawire), American soprano Rebecca Richardson is a New York-based classical singer known for interpreting a wide range of works, from early opera to world premieres. Recent operatic engagements include Princess Talia in the world premiere of MOTHER GOOSE, Mae Bornstein in the world premiere of THE SILK CITY, Contessa in LE NOZZE DI FIGARO, Miss Wordsworth in ALBERT HERRING, and Una dama disincantata in LA LIBERAZIONE DI RUGGIERO (the first extant opera written by a woman). To learn more, please visit rebecca-richardson.com.
Felix Jarrar is a composer and pianist whose list of accomplishments includes performances at diverse venues such as Symphony Space, (le) poisson rouge, Feinstein's/54 Below, BAM's Fisher Hillman Studio, and Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall. His works have been performed internationally by members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the Atlantic Music Festival Orchestra, and the duo Unassisted Fold. Jarrar's fifth opera, MOTHER GOOSE, premiered on November 21st, 2019 at the Mainstage in Dixon Place.
About WILL SING FOR WINE:
Will Sing for Wine is a blog written by classical soprano and wine enthusiast Rebecca Richardson covering music, wine, New York, and all other happenings and musings of a classical musician. Rebecca began publishing the blog in November 2018 as part passion project, part writing practice. Her goals in creating this online space are to help bridge the gap between classical music lovers and those less familiar with the art form, to offer insight into the everyday life of an emerging professional in the classical music industry, and to provide resources for creatives of all kinds. To learn more, visit willsingforwine.com.
||Areté Venue and Gallery|
67 West Street #103
Brooklyn, NY 11222
|Start: ||Sunday Jan 12, 2020 5:30 PM|
|End: ||Sunday Jan 12, 2020 6:30 PM|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|