They’re some of the most dazzling young opera performers of their generation—and they’re based right here in San Francisco.
Every year, artists from around the world travel to California to take part in the Adler Fellowship Program, a prestigious opera residency designed to showcase top emerging talent. But this year’s cohort of singers, pianists, and vocal coaches face a performing-arts industry reeling from pandemic-related closures.
What will the future of opera look like, post-pandemic? These fellows are about to show you. This spring, at the beautiful outdoor theater in Marin Center, they’re staging not only a performance but a comeback for live opera concerts in the Bay Area.
It’s called “The Adlers: Live at the Drive-In,” and it’s on stage for three nights only, on April 29, May 6, and May 13.
Now, you can meet three of its stars, as they reveal a little glimpse into who they are behind the scenes. Who’s afraid of giving blood? And who loves the Marvel superhero Scarlet Witch? Read on to find out.