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David Daniels to Perform at Glimmerglass Opera

Internationally renowned countertenor David Daniels will sing a concert to benefit Glimmerglass Opera on July 30 at 3:30 p.m. in the company’s Alice Busch Opera Theater.  Daniels made his Glimmerglass debut in 1994 at the start of his career as … Continue reading

Glimpse of Glimmerglass

We are fortunate to have two very talented photographers with us all summer – Karli Cadel and Claire McAdams. They are keeping a visual diary of their experiences at Glimmerglass Opera on Flickr. View 2010 Glimpse of Glimmerglass and follow as … Continue reading

A Conversation with Francesca Zambello

Internationally acclaimed stage director Francesca Zambello has been named General and Artistic Director of Glimmerglass Opera, effective September 1, 2010. She is currently the Artistic Advisor of San Francisco Opera, where she is directing a new production of Wagner’s “Ring” … Continue reading

Glimmerglass Announces Plans for 2011

Francesca Zambello, Glimmerglass Opera’s incoming General & Artistic Director, has announced her plans for the Central New York company. Beginning with the 2011 season, Glimmerglass Opera will become The Glimmerglass Festival.  The company will continue its tradition of four new … Continue reading

“Singers” of the Round Table

On Monday, the Guild continued its “Talking Opera” series with a round table discussion with members of our 2010 Young American Artists Program. Michael Heaston, the program’s director, also joined the group, and the discussion was moderated by Guild Vice … Continue reading

Come on Baby, Light my Fire

  Yesterday was the last day to put out the fire. Though it was another gloomy day, all of the Glimmerglass staff who hadn’t already done their fire extinguisher training met in the intern parking lot to face the fire. … Continue reading

Glimmerglass Remembers Jack Beeson

On Sunday, June 6, American composer Jack Beeson died of congestive heart failure at the age of 88. Beeson was known for composing several well-known operas, including Jonah, The Sweet Bye and Bye, Captain Jinks and The Horse Marines and … Continue reading

Guild “Talks Opera” with Young American Artists

The Guild’s “Talking Opera” Series continues tonight with a round table discussion with several 2010 Young American Artists. Guild Education Committee Member Tom Simpson will moderate the discussion where we will  learn about the experiences and expectations of these young … Continue reading

Time to Dry Rye

The Tender Land is an American opera that takes place in the Midwest. Set Designer Donald Eastman has incorporated a field of four-foot-tall wheat into his design for the opera – not an uncommon sight when traveling through the plains. … Continue reading