Songs from the Santa Fe Opera: Episode 3

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Songs from the Santa Fe Opera, Episode 3: Tristan und Isolde
Saturday, July 18 at 7 pm MT

Hosted by bass-baritone Ryan McKinny


The Program

° Excerpt of Tristan und Isolde: Symphonic Synthesis (arr. L. Stokowski for orchestra): I. Act I: “Vorspiel [Prelude]" by Richard Wagner performed by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Jose Serebrier. Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc.
° Mini-talk by Dramaturg Cori Ellison
° Franz Liszt’s piano transcription of Isolde’s “Liebestod” from Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde performed by Robert Tweten
° Wesendonck Lieder WWV 91: No. 5 “Träume” by Richard Wagner performed by Tamara Wilson
° “Along the Santa Fe Trail” by Will Grosz performed by Tamara Wilson

 

 


 

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SEASON
2020

MUSIC AND LIBRETTO BY
Richard Wagner

BASED ON
'Tristan' by Gottfried von Strassburg

SUNG IN
German

PRODUCTION ILLUSTRATION BY
Benedetto Cristofani

The Santa Fe Opera extends deepest gratitude to original sponsors of Tristan und Isolde:

PRODUCTION SUPPORT GENEROUSLY PROVIDED BY
The Wyncote Foundation, as recommended by Frederick R. Haas & Rafael Gomez
Sarah Billinghurst Solomon & Howard Solomon
Gene & Jean Stark
Jane Stieren Lacy in memory of Arthur T. Stieren
Robert L. Turner

ADDITIONAL ARTISTIC SUPPORT PROVIDED BY
Wagner Society of Santa Fe

THE ENGAGEMENT OF ERIC OWENS SUPPORTED BY
The Joseph and Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation

CONSORTIUM DONORS
Meg Boulware
John G. Turner & Jerry G. Fischer
Dannehl & Kevin Twomey
Sally Wells Whiteley & Julia E. Rhymes

WAGNER SOCIETY OF SANTA FE 
Thomas & Yoko Arthur
Guy L. & Catherine D. Gronquist
David C. Hughes, Jr.
Karen Kleeman & Jane Carson
Katherine D. Ortega
Preston & Carolyn Reed
Kris Vikmanis & Denny Creighton
And a consortium of donors

MATCHING CHALLENGE CAMPAIGN SPONSORS
Avenir Foundation, Inc.
David Henry Jacobs
Jane Stieren Lacy
Susan & Philip Marineau
Susan F. & William C. Morris
Linda Pierce
Sarah Billinghurst Solomon & Howard Solomon
Gene & Jean Stark
Carl & Marilynn Thoma
Robert L. Turner
Robert & Ellen Vladem
The Wyncote Foundation as recommended by Frederick R. Haas & Rafael Gomez