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Tamara Wilson, Sylvia D’Eramo, Gerardo Bullón, Jacquelyn Stucker & Ryan Speedo Green Lead Santa Fe Opera’s 2025 Season


The Santa Fe Opera has announced its 2025 season. Sylvia D’Eramo and Long Long lead Puccini’s “La Bohème” featuring Szymon Mechliński, Emily Pogorelc, Soloman Howard, Efraín Solís, and Kevin Burdette. Iván López-Reynoso conducts the production by James Robinson. Performance Dates: June 27-August 23, 2025 Harry Bicket leads Mozart’s “Le Nozze di Figaro” in Laurent Pelly’s production. The cast includes Florian {…}


Benjamin Bernheim, Julia Bullock, Joshua Guerrero, Reginald Mobley, Thomas Bauer, Michelle DeYoung, Ryan Speedo Green Headline The Wallis’ 2024-25 Season


The Wallis has announced its 2024-25 season. Here is a rundown of the vocal performances on offer. First up is Messiaen’s “Harawi” featuring Julia Bullock and pianist Cono Hanick. The showcase will feature dancers Bobbi Jene Smith and Or Schraiber, all under the direction of Zack Winokur. Performance Date Oct. 1, 2024 Baritone Thomas Bauer joins the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra {…}


Anthony Roth Costanzo, Ryan Speedo Green, Mané Galoyan & Rachel Willis-Sørensen Lead Santa Fe Opera’s 2024 Season


The Santa Fe Opera has announced its 2024 season. Conductor Corrado Rovaris conducts  Louisa Muller’s production of Verdi’s “La Traviata.” The cast includes Mané Galoyan, Bekhzod Davronov, and Carlos Arámbula. Performance Dates: June 28-August 24, 2024 Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” will be conducted by Harry Bicket. Stephen Barlow directs the production with Ryan Speedo Green, Teresa Perrotta, Rachael Wilson, David Portillo, Nicholas Newton, {…}


Met Opera and BroSis to Host Discussion with Terence Blanchard, Ryan Speedo Green & Michael Bentt


The Met Opera will partner with Harlem social justice and youth program, The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis), to provide a behind-the-scenes look at Terence Blanchard’s “Champion” through a series of educational workshops beginning On Mar. 29, 2023, with a discussion “What Does It Take?” Participating in the discussion will be six-time Grammy Award-winning composer Blanchard, Grammy Award-winner Ryan Speedo Green, {…}


Tamara Wilson, Ryan Speedo Green & Gustavo Dudamel Lead LA Philharmonic’s 2023-24 Season


LA Philharmonic has announced its 2023-24 season, which will celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary at Disney Hall. Special guest singers join Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil to celebrate iconic protest music by Latina artists with “Canto en resistencia.” Silvana Estrada is the soloist.  Performance Dates: Nov. 9-12, 2023 Esa-Pekka Salonen leads Los Angeles Master Chorale in Salonen’s “Karawane” and {…}


Ryan Speedo Green to Headline Chicago Philharmonic Showcase


The Chicago Philharmonic is set to present a concert featuring bass-baritone Ryan Speedo Green this October. The event, set for Oct. 14, 2023, will mark Green’s debut with the ensemble. Scott Speck will conduct the program which will feature music from “Champion,” “Il Barbiere di Siviglia,” and “Der Fliegende Holländer,” among other works. “There are no small concerts for Chicago {…}


Ryan Speedo Green and Jose Luis Gomez Headline Elgin Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Old American Songs’


The Elgin Symphony Orchestra has announced that its “Old American Songs” concert will be joined by Grammy Award-winning bass-baritone Ryan Speedo Green and conductor Jose Luis Gomez. The concert, which will run on April 2 and 3, 2022, will center on Copland’s “Old American Songs,” and will also include Barber’s overture for “The School for Scandal,” and Dvorak’s “Symphony No. {…}


Nicole Heaston, Peixin Chen, Ryan Speedo Green Headline Houston Grand Opera’s ‘Giving Voice’


Houston Grand Opera is set to present “Giving Voice” for the third straight year. The showcase, which was created by tenor Lawrence Brownlee back in 2020, will feature Nicole Heaston alongside Blake Denson, Sun-Ly Pierce, William Guanbo Su, Peixin Chen,  Key’mon W. Murrah, Ryan Speedo Green, and pianists Kevin J. Miller and Bin Yu Sanford. The program will include arias, {…}