Patricia Caicedo, Jorge Parodi, Mariano Gladic Team Up for Americas Society’s ‘En Casa’ Series

Americas Society has released a curated “En Casa” series. The video series was organized by Ópera Hispánica general and artistic director Jorge Parodi, who invited two Latin American artist to record songs from their countries. On Monday, August 23, the organization published Ginastera’s “Canción al árbol del olvido” featuring Parodi at the piano and Argentine baritone Mariano Gladic. On Tuesday, {…}

Catalina Cuervo to Host ‘Latin Heat: Sounds of my Land’

The Long Beach Opera is hosting “Latin Heat: Sounds of my Land.” The panel, which will discuss Hispanic Classical Music, will be hosted by Colombian soprano Catalina Cuervo. Soprano Elizabeth Caballero, conductor Jorge Parodi, director José María Condemi, baritone and professor Ricardo Herrera will head the discussion. Andrea Catán, arts administrator, harpist, and promoter of Daniel Catán’s music, will also {…}

Teatro Grattacielo Announces New Giovanni Consiglio Competition, Updates to 2020 Season

Teatro Grattacielo and Camerata Bardi have announced the Giovanni Consiglio Competition, the company’s first solo competition. The competition is open to all singers and all submissions will be made via video. The jury for the competition includes Fabio Armiliato, Kostis Protopapas, Lewis Ehlers, Ken Benson Joseph Resigno, Israel Gursky, Jorge Parodi, Filippo Giabatti, Artur Levy, Francesco Anile, Paola Antonucci, and {…}

Ailyn Perez, Kristine Opolais Headline International Summer Opera Festival of Morelia’s Faculty of Guest Artists

The International Summer Opera Festival of Morelia has announced its Faculty of Guest Artists, which includes such internationally renowned stars as Kristine Opolais, Ailyn Perez, Kristen Chambers, Jorge Parodi, Howard Watkins, David Lomeli, Abdiel Vazquez, Ragnar Conde, Enrique Diemecke, Luis Ledesma, and Danielle Orlando. The distinguished guest artists will share their knowledge and experience through masterclasses, coachings, individual lessons, and conferences. {…}

Manhattan School of Music Senior Opera Theater 2018-19 Review: Albert Herring

Saturday, April 13, 2019 saw the second performance of the Manhattan School of Music’s production of the Springtime favorite, “Albert Herring.” With the production running for three nights, each night featured a different cast, comprised of students from the school’s Senior Opera Theater, headed by conductor Jorge Parodi and director Dona D. Vaughn. This effervescent work, composed by Benjamin Britten, {…}