Schwabacher Recital Series

PRESENTED BY SAN FRANCISCO OPERA CENTER

& MEROLA OPERA PROGRAM

 

The Schwabacher Recital Series offer you the opportunity to hear gifted singers in an up-close and intimate setting. Since 1983, these recitals have been instrumental in launching the careers of internationally acclaimed artists. See them first—before they become world famous!


See A Performance

General Admission $30

Who Should See It

Great for Opera lovers of all ages!

Where

Taube Atrium Theater
Wilsey Center for Opera
Veterans Building, 4th Floor
401 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102

Invite your Friends

Wednesday 01/29/20 7:30PM Buy Tickets
Wednesday 03/04/20 7:30PM Buy Tickets
Wednesday 04/01/20 7:30PM Buy Tickets
Wednesday 04/22/20 7:30PM Buy Tickets

2020 Schwabacher RECITAL Series

Wednesday, January 29, 7:30pm

Alice Chung, mezzo-soprano
Laureano Quant
, baritone
Nicholas Roehler
, piano

 

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PROGRAM:
Francesco SantoliquidoI Canti della Sera
Hector BerliozLes Nuits d’Été
Laureano Quant / Sombras
Luis Carlos Figueroa / "Berceuse"
William Bolcolm / Selections from Cabaret Songs

Wednesday, March 4, 7:30pm

Simone McIntosh, mezzo-soprano
Zhengyi Bai
, tenor 
Robert Mollicone
, piano

 

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PROGRAM:
Olivier Messiaen / Harawi 
Vincenzo Bellini / Selections from Sei ariette da camera
Richard Strauss / Opus 27

Wednesday,  April 1, 7:30pm

Ashley Dixon, mezzo-soprano
Kseniia Polstiankina Barrad
, piano

 

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PROGRAM:
Selections from various composers including Gabriel Fauré, Fernando Jaumandreu Obradors, Maurice Ravel, Manuel de Falla, Franz Liszt, Carlos Guastavino, Claude Debussy and more

Wednesday, April 22, 7:30pm

 

Warren Jones, piano, featuring 2020 Adlers 
 
Esther Tonea, soprano
Victor Starsky
, tenor
Timothy Murray
, baritone

 

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PROGRAM:
Selections from various composers including Amy Beach, Charles Ives, Charles Tomlinson Griffes, Gioachino Rossini, Guiseppe Verdi and Franz Liszt

The Schwabacher Recital Series is endowed in perpetuity by the generosity of celebrated Bay Area singer, scholar and teacher James Schwabacher and sponsored by the Jack H. Lund Charitable Trust.