Anthony Roth Costanzo & Fleur Barron Star in San Francisco Performances’ 2024-25 Season

San Francisco Performances has announced its 2024-25 season. This article features vocal pieces only. For the company’s 45th Anniversary Gala tenor Nicholas Phan and composer and pianist Jake Heggie take the stage. Performance Date: October 4, 2024 Opening the “Art of Song” series is the world premiere of new works by Caroline Shaw and Gabriel Kahane. Performance Date: November 14, {…}

Eric Owens, Liv Redpath, & Nola Richardson Star in Seattle Symphony’s 2024-25 Season

The Seattle Symphony has announced its programming for the 2024-25 season. This article feature vocal works only. The full season can be found here. Soprano Liv Redpath serves as soloist in Fauré’s “Requiem,” as part of the symphonic series. Kazuki Yamada conducts the Seattle Symphony Chorale and Symphony. Performance Dates: November 21 & 23, 2024 The Northwest Boychoir Apprentices join the {…}

Stephen Friedman Gallery & 21C Media Group Present Nicholas Phan & Joshua Stauffer in Recital at ‘Titled’ Exhibition

The Stephen Friedman Gallery and 21C Media Group will present tenor Nicholas Phan and lutenist Joshua Stauffer in a program inspired by Sarah Ball’s exhibition “Titled.” The performance, scheduled for March 9, 2024 from 6:15-7 p.m., is free with tickets to the exhibitions. The program will feature music by women composers from the baroque era, including Barbara Strozzi. In her {…}

Berkeley Symphony Presents ‘Literary Soundscapes’

The Berkeley Symphony, led by Music Director Joseph Young, will present “Literary Soundscapes.” The concert will be held on March 23 at First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley. It will feature soloists Nicholas Phan (Tenor), Clairedee (Jazz Vocals), Arianna Rodriguez (Soprano), Olivia Johnson (Mezzo-Soprano), and Wendel Patrick (narrator). The concert will include the West Coast premiere of Joel Puckett’s “There Was {…}

Erin Morley, Nicholas Phan, Ying Fang, Joélle Harvey Headline Orchestra of St. Luke’s 2023-24 Season

The Orchestra of St. Luke has announced its 2023-24 season. “Orchestra of St. Luke’s enters the 23-24 season with a bold stride, performing 12 concerts at Carnegie Hall, including curated series in each of the storied venue’s three halls, featuring Principal Conductor Bernard Labadie and the world’s leading guest artists,” said the company’s President and Executive Director, James Roe, in {…}

Fleur Barron, Axelle Fanyo, Nicholas Phan, Christopher Purves Headline San Francisco Symphony’s Presentation of ‘Adriana Mater’

The San Francisco Symphony has released the full casting details for its upcoming production of Kaija Saariaho’s “Adriana Mater.” Conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen and directed by Peter Sellars, the work, which will be presented on June 8-11, 2023, will star mezzo-soprano Fleur Barron as Adriana, soprano Axelle Fanyo as Refka, tenor Nicholas Phan as Yonas, and baritone Christopher Purves as {…}

Erin Morley, Kate Lindsey, Nicholas Phan & Jonathon Adams to Perform at Lincoln Center’s ‘Summer for the City’

“Summer in the City” at Lincoln Center features free events with thousands of artists celebrating New York City. The program is full of dance, international pop, stage plays, and more. For this article, only classical vocal performances are listed. Things kick off in June with “Nehanda,” an opera conceived and created by Nora Chipaumire. Billed as a juridical opera, Chipaumire’s sonic {…}

J’Nai Bridges, Hera Hyesang Park, Meigui Zhang, Nicholas Phan, Karen Slack Headline New York Philharmonic’s 2023-24 Season

The New York Philharmonic has announced its 2023-24 season. For the purposes of this article, our focus will be solely on vocal performances. Jeanette Sorrell conducts Händel’s “Israel in Egypt” with Amanda Forsythe, Sonya Headlam, Cody Bowers, Jacob Perry, Edward Vogel, and Apollo’s Singers. Performance Dates: Oct. 25 & 26, 2023  J’Nai Bridges headlines a program featuring music by Holst, {…}

Christine Goerke, Nicholas Phan & Melody Moore Lead Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s 2023-24 Season

The Baltimore Symphony announces the 2023-24 season featuring Jonathan Heyward in his first season as Music Director. David Danzmayr conducts Christine Goerke in a program that includes Anna Clyne, Barber, and Sibelius. Performance Dates: Oct. 21 & 22, 2023  A baroque Christmas will include Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons,” Händel’s “Messiah,” and more with Baroque masters at their most irrepressibly joyful and {…}