F E A T U R E D R E V I E W S
“An instantly believable Frida, a capable singer and actor, compelling on stage.”
The LA Times
“The fabulous Laura Virella's Carmen is excellent, as she powerfully begins her career.”
La Vanguardia (Catalunya)
"A Carmen for our times."
U P C O M I N G E V E N T S
D E C
Chansons madécasses (Ravel)
Third Street Music School | 7 PM
Dirk Wels, flute
Shanda Wooley, cello
Nathaniel LaNasa, piano
N E W S
The Carnegie Hall debut as part of Amigos de la Zarzuela's 34th Anual Gala, in a program that included soprano Rosa Betancourt and baritone Ricardo Rosa, marks the first of several Spanish opera and concert work appearances in New York City over the next two years.
The emergency relief efforts of Coópera, an operatic project with social purpose founded by Laura Virella, are featured in National Geographic's documentary Paris to Pittsburgh, as part of Casa Pueblo's solar power initiatives in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
El amor brujo (Falla)
Presented in its original chamber version by Vocal Productions NYC.
Spanish Opera Double Bill:
Abuela in La vida breve (Falla)
Pepa in Goyescas (Granados)
Presented in full by Vocal Productions NYC.