Danielle Pastin, Soprano
Wednesday, January 23, 2019, 7:30PM
Walter S. Gubelmann Auditorium

Praised for “one of the most sheerly beautiful voices on the scene today”
– (Opera News).

Danielle Pastin continues to earn critical acclaim for her engagements across the country. She made her MET Opera debut in 2011, and recently performed as Nedda in their production of “Pagliacci.” She performed selections from “Madama Butterfly” at the Four Arts’ 2018 Dinner Dance, and this solo recital will include operatic favorites by Puccini, Mozart, Gounod, and a song cycle of music by Libby Larso set to the final words of all the wives of King Henry VIII.

 

Program to be announced.

Quoted as having “a lovely demeanor and irresistible creamy timbre” by Opera News, fast-rising, young American soprano Danielle Pastin is gaining accolades from opera houses around the country. Recent engagements for Ms. Pastin include performing in Three Way (as Connie in “Masquerade” and Maya in “The Companion”) at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Leïla in Les pêcheurs de perles with Toledo Opera, The Countess in Le nozze di Figaro with Pittsburgh Opera and Opera Maine, and returning to The Metropolitan Opera to play Nedda in their production of Pagliacci. In concert, she sang Verdi’s Requiem with DCINY in Barcelona and with the Dayton Philharmonic. This season’s engagements for Ms. Pastin include Masha in Enemies, A Love Story with Kentucky Opera, a solo recital with Society of the Four Arts, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni with Palm Beach Opera, and Cio Cio San in Madama Butterfly with Virginia Opera.

Other previous engagements include the role of Cio-Cio San in Madama Butterfly with Northern Lights Music Festival; Violetta in La traviata with Pittsburgh Opera; Liú in Turandot with Virginia Opera; Connie/Maya in the world première of Three Way with Nashville Opera, for which she also was featured on the Nashville Opera recording; Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 at Asheville Symphony’s New Year’s Eve concert; and Ginastera’s Cantata para América Mágica at Rowan University.

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Praised for “one of the most sheerly beautiful voices on the scene today”
– (Opera News).

Danielle Pastin continues to earn critical acclaim for her engagements across the country. She made her MET Opera debut in 2011, and recently performed as Nedda in their production of “Pagliacci.” She performed selections from “Madama Butterfly” at the Four Arts’ 2018 Dinner Dance, and this solo recital will include operatic favorites by Puccini, Mozart, Gounod, and a song cycle of music by Libby Larso set to the final words of all the wives of King Henry VIII.

 

Program Notes

Program to be announced.

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Quoted as having “a lovely demeanor and irresistible creamy timbre” by Opera News, fast-rising, young American soprano Danielle Pastin is gaining accolades from opera houses around the country. Recent engagements for Ms. Pastin include performing in Three Way (as Connie in “Masquerade” and Maya in “The Companion”) at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Leïla in Les pêcheurs de perles with Toledo Opera, The Countess in Le nozze di Figaro with Pittsburgh Opera and Opera Maine, and returning to The Metropolitan Opera to play Nedda in their production of Pagliacci. In concert, she sang Verdi’s Requiem with DCINY in Barcelona and with the Dayton Philharmonic. This season’s engagements for Ms. Pastin include Masha in Enemies, A Love Story with Kentucky Opera, a solo recital with Society of the Four Arts, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni with Palm Beach Opera, and Cio Cio San in Madama Butterfly with Virginia Opera.

Other previous engagements include the role of Cio-Cio San in Madama Butterfly with Northern Lights Music Festival; Violetta in La traviata with Pittsburgh Opera; Liú in Turandot with Virginia Opera; Connie/Maya in the world première of Three Way with Nashville Opera, for which she also was featured on the Nashville Opera recording; Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 at Asheville Symphony’s New Year’s Eve concert; and Ginastera’s Cantata para América Mágica at Rowan University.

Reserved Tickets:  $40
No charge to Four Arts Members

Tickets Available
October 31, 2018 – Public
October 24, 2018 – Four Arts Members
October 10, 2018 – Chairman’s Forum and Benefactors Council

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