Renée Fleming, Isabel Leonard & Miah Persson Lead New York Philharmonic’s 2024-25 Season

The New York Philharmonic has announced its 2024-25 season. Here are the vocal performances. Santtu-Matias Rouvali and Miah Persson lead a performance of music by Sibelius, Julia Wolfe, and R. Strauss. Performance Dates: Nov. 7-12, 2024 Ton Koopman conducts Händel’s “Messiah”  with soloists Maya Kherani, Maarten Engeltjes, and Klaus Mertens. Performance Dates: Dec. 11-14, 2024 Kevin John Edusei and Isabel {…}

Renée Fleming, Laquita Mitchell, David Pomeroy, Maya Kherani, Susan Platts Headline Rhode Island Philharmonic’s 2022-23 Season

The Rhode Island Philharmonic has announced its 2022-23 season. For the purposes of this article, our focus will be solely on vocal performances. Christine Noel will lead Händel’s “Messiah,” which will feature the Providence Singers and soloists Maya Kherani, Emily Marvosh, Brian Giebler, and Andrew Garland. Performance Date: Dec. 4, 2022 Later in the season, the company will present Verdi’s {…}

Maya Lahyani, Will Liverman, Karen Vuong, Karen Slack, & Maya Kherani Headline Portland Opera’s 2022-23 Season

Portland Opera has announced its 2022-23 season. The season kicks off with Bizet’s “Carmen,” which will star Maya Lahyani, Matthew Pearce, Richard Ollarsaba, and Ariana Wehr. Michael Ellis Ingram conducts a production directed by Denyce Graves. Performance Dates: Nov. 5 & 13, 2022  Kamala Sankaram’s “Thumbprint” will premiere with Maya Kherani, Indira Mahajan, Alok Kumar, Omar, Najmi, and Samina Aslam {…}

Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale Announces 2022-23 Season Featuring Anthony Roth Costanzo and 13 Guest Artist Debuts

San Francisco-based Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra has announced its exciting 2022-23 season spotlighting rare works by Handel and featuring Anthony Roth Costanzo, along with 13 guest artist debuts. Here’s what’s in store for Bay Area audiences. For this article, only vocal performances are listed. First up is Händel’s oratorio “Theodora,” featuring mezzo-soprano Helen Charlston in her PBO and American debut, soprano {…}

Maya Kherani, Amanda Forsythe & Aaron Sheehan Headline Baroque Streams For Holidays

(Credit: Boston Baroque and Boston Early Music Festival will stream several baroque pieces for the holidays, including Händel’s celebrated “Messiah.” First up, soprano Maya Kherani, counter-tenor Christopher Lowrey, tenor Aaron Sheehan, and bass-baritone Kevin Deas perform “Messiah.” Boston Baroque Music Director Martin Pearlman conducts. The concert was recorded and streamed live on IDAGIO on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021 in {…}

Nikola Printz & Efraín Solís Headline Opera San José’s ‘Dido and Aeneas’

(Credit: Joey Miller/Scott Draper) Opera San José is set to return to live performances with Purcell’s masterpiece, “Dido and Aeneas.” The opera will be performed at the historic California Theatre with Joseph Marcheso conducting and Elkhanah Pulitzer directing the new production. Michael Pappalardo will choreograph, while mezzo-soprano Nikola Printz will sing Dido and baritone Efraín Solís will take on the {…}

Anna Netrebko, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Sonya Yoncheva, Christine Goerke, Maya Kherani, Norman Garrett Headline Top Operas to Stream This Week

As the summer moves along, there seems to be a transitional phase taking place with newer streams becoming increasingly less frequent as opera companies gear up for a full return to live performances in the fall. But we’re still here with another series opera performance we think you should check out! So without further ado, here we go. Upload – {…}

Anthony Roth Costanzo, Daniela Mack, Amanda Forsythe, Maya Kherani Headline Boston Baroque’s 2021-22 Season

(Credit: Kathy Wittman) Boston Baroque has announced its 2021-22 season which will include live performances streamed digitally via IDAGIO. “While we continue presenting great music on period instruments, Boston Baroque is embracing technology as a way to reach new audiences, much as we did when we became the first period instrument orchestra in North America to sign a major record {…}