The Adlers: Live at the Drive-In


Thursdays, April 29; May 6, May 13 at 8pm
Venue: Marin Center, San Rafael, California
Running Time:
Approximately 70 minutes, no intermission

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EXPLORE MARIN CENTER

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Featuring the 2021 Adler Fellows of San Francisco Opera:
2021 Adler Fellows

 

 

Anne-Marie MacIntosh, Soprano 

Elisa Sunshine, Soprano 

Esther Tonea, Soprano 

Simone McIntosh, Mezzo-soprano 

Zhengyi Bai, Tenor 

Christopher Colmenero, Tenor 

Christopher Oglesby, Tenor 

Timothy Murray, Baritone 

Stefan Egerstrom, Bass 

Kseniia Polstiankina Barrad, Pianist 

Andrew King, Pianist

 

Reviews

Plenty of splendid singing, including a handful of truly rapturous moments.

—San Francisco Chronicle

Soprano Esther Tonea and mezzo-soprano Simone McIntosh, joining forces for a luminous account of the duet “Che soave zeffiretto” from Mozart’s “Marriage of Figaro.

—San Francisco Chronicle

[Mezzo-soprano Simone] McIntosh was joined by soprano Anne-Marie MacIntosh...whose crisp, perfectly tuned parallel melodies sent little thrills of delight into all the assembled automobiles.

—San Francisco Chronicle

There were other rewards as well, including tenor Zhengyi Bai’s vivid, swaggeringly charismatic rendition of Rossini’s “La Danza,” a tenderly shaped duet from Lehár’s “Merry Widow” by soprano Elisa Sunshine and baritone Timothy Murray, and bass Stefan Egestrom’s stylish “Some Enchanted Evening” from “South Pacific.

—San Francisco Chronicle

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Many thanks to EO Products for their generous donation of French Lavender Hand Sanitizer Wipes which will be distributed to all attendees of our live, outdoor performances in Marin Center.

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These performances are sponsored, in part, by Charles Schwab & Company.

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