2018 tech and the west related Events
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Time’s Up Opera: a panel discussion
August 6, 5:30 PM (50 minutes plus Q&A)
$5 suggested donation
the Center for Contemporary Arts
1050 Old Pecos Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Of the 100 busiest conductors in classical music, only four are female. A list of the 150 classical composers whose work is most often performed includes only one woman (that’s Sofia Gubaidaulina). The opera canon is nearly entirely told from a male perspective; women comprise approximately 35% of soloists. How do these gender imbalances impact what we see on stage? This panel, featuring Julia Bullock (Kitty Oppenheimer, Doctor Atomic), Chelsea Antrim Dennis (Santa Fe Opera Production Stage Manager), stage director Mo Zhou (winner, 2013 OPERA America Robert L.B.Tobin Director-Designers Showcase)and moderator Dr. Jennifer Rhodes (Santa Fe Opera seminar presenter) and introduced by Peter Sellars, discuss the challenges and potentials of this transformative cultural moment. How can we begin to counteract opera's omissions and misrepresentations of the past 400 years, and embrace powerful emerging voices?
Sing Faster: The Stagehands' Ring Cycle
PLus Meet director Jon Else in person
August 6, 7:15 PM
THE CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS
$5 Tickets at CCA
1050 OLD PECOS TRAIL
SANTA FE, NM 87505
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Secret & Scenic: Oppenheimer's Los Alamos
JULY 27 & AUGUST 2, 2018
Add to your Santa Fe Opera experience with a guided visit to Los Alamos, the home of the Manhattan Project, plus dinner before the show! Presented by the Los Alamos Historical Society.
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This programming is planned in association with several of the organizations that contribute to the diversity of New Mexico's thinkers: Cinematheque at the Center for Contemporary Arts Santa Fe, Creative Santa Fe, the Lensic Performing Arts Center, the Los Alamos Historical Society, the New Mexico History Museum, the Santa Fe Institute, the School for Advanced Research, and the Thoma Foundation.
Could there be a more perfect fusion of opera and venue than Doctor Atomic at The Santa Fe Opera? First performed in 2005, Doctor Atomic reunited composer John Adams with librettist/stage director Peter Sellars, whose earlier collaborations include Nixon in China and The Death of Klinghoffer. This new production, staged by Sellars, also marks the first John Adams work to be performed by The Santa Fe Opera.