Saturday November 22, 2014 @ 2pm and 8pm
At The Riverside Theatre
Inside Historic Riverside Church
91 Claremont Avenue @ 120th Street, NYC
Tickets can be purchased at: www.riversideboxoffice.org
or by calling (212) 870-6784
$30 Adults, $20 Students/Seniors
Music by Paula M. Kimper, Libretto by Talaya Delaney
Conceived and Developed by Linda McInerney
Commissioned by Old Deerfield Productions
Directed by Douglas Moser
Starring Mari-Yan Pringle as Sojourner Truth
Lighting Consultant Andrew Rubenoff
Production Manager Jacquelyn Bell
Also featuring Damian Norfleet, baritone, Chad Kranak, tenor,
Heather Michele Meyer, soprano, Jaylen Fontaine, boy soprano,
with Josh Henderson, violin, Meaghan Burke, cello,
Lish Lindsey, flute, Rich Johnson, clarinet, Deryck Clarke, horn,
Angelo Di Loreto, piano and Tony Vacca, percussion.
TRUTH, An American Opera about Sojourner Truth, comes to The Riverside Theater inside historic Riverside Church in Manhattan @ 120th Street.
November 22, 2014,
at 2pm and 8pm
Tickets go on sale October 22 at (212) 870-6784
This just in, our photo won first place in the
cover contest for the 6th edition of
Fundamentals of Arts Management, published by
Arts Extension Service of Massachusetts.
John Thomas as Baumfree from the opera TRUTH.
Photo by Kristin Angel. The planned release date of the book is Fall 2014.
I’m happy to announce PAULA KIMPER ENSEMBLE
is the #31st participant organization in this new opera collective:
NEW YORK OPERA ALLIANCE.
Read the full article: http://www.columbiaspectator.com
LOCAL LEARNERS | The five inaugural Community Scholars: Mariama Keita, Paula Kimper, John Reddick, Vivian Nixon, and Steven Watkins.
Paula Kimper, a composer who has written four operas, will research her next opera—but she hasn’t chosen the topic yet. Her existing operas are “basically American stories, American history stories,” she said.
Kimper said she’s excited to use Columbia’s resources.
“It’s a fabulous resource and it’s great that it’s opened its doors,” she said. She’s auditing a class and using the libraries, but said “I feel like I haven’t really scratched the surface” of the University.
“I’m just optimistic that all five of us are going to come up with extraordinary work, both on our own and also together,” Kimper said.
Jorell Williams, Heather Michele Meyer, Mari-Yan Pringle, Stephen Biegner and Jaylen Fontaine. Photo by Ricardo Nelson.
FOUR MORE CHANCES TO SEE THE OPERA:
Monday, August 12 at 4:15
Friday, August 16 at 7:45
Saturday, August 17 at 9:15
Sunday, August 25 at 5:45
Theatre 80 St. Marks Place
FOUR WAYS TO GET TICKETS: