Schedule 

Mar 08, 2020

@ 3pm

Handel's Susanna

The thirteenth chapter of the book of Daniel, considered apocryphal in Protestant tradition, tells how, during the captivity of the Jews in Babylon, a virtuous young woman was falsely accused of sexual promiscuity by two elders of the community who lusted after her themselves. The prophet Daniel exposed the two elders as liars and vindicated Susanna.

Join the Oratorio Society of Richmond for a special performance on International Women's Day.

Feb 22, 2020

@ 8pm

To Celebrate the Need

An evening of vocal music composed by Peter Dayton, featuring some of the finest musical talents of the mid-Atlantic. Come join Peter on his 30th birthday to celebrate the need of friendship and comrades during the coldest, darkest season. A journey of music for soloists, and TTBB ensembles, setting texts by Paul Blackburn, William Bronk, A.E. Housman, Walt Whitman, and W. B. Yeats, presented as always at Studio 5N.

Suggested donation at the door: $15, all proceeds go to the performers.

Jan 31, 2020

-Feb 15, 2020

GRINDR: The Opera

Book, Music, Lyrics by Erik Ransom

GRINDR: The Opera puts the most notorious gay hook-up app into the exaggerated world of opera. With musical styles ranging from baroque to contemporary pop, GRINDR: The Opera is a daring, humorous look at the changing landscape of gay relationships, and the greatest catalyst for the shift.

Dec 19, 2019

-Dec 22, 2020

Amahl & the Night Visitors

Music On Site, an opera company based in central Kansas, is presenting its production of the popular Christmas-time story of Amahl and the Night Visitors December 15-17. The performance includes internationally-respected artists from all corners of the country, as well as numerous regional artists, including North Newton resident Matthew Schloneger. The show is stage directed and musically directed by Newton natives Jen Stephenson and J. Bradley Baker, respectively.

Amahl and the Night Visitors tells the story of a young disabled boy who has an encounter with the three kings as they travel to meet the newborn Jesus. When Amahl offers his crutch as a gift for the Child, the boy's affliction is miraculously healed.

Through the generosity of its supporters, Music On Site productions are free of charge.

Nov 23, 2019

@ 7:30pm

Vermont Vocal Competition

Up to 40 of the region's best classical singers will sing for a panel of industry recognized judges, for the possibility to win cash prizes, and the opportunity to perform with BARN OPERA and other regional organizations. 

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