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PSC and Graduate Opera Showcase
Friday, May 3 2024, 07:30 PM at
Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall Map

PSC and Graduate Opera Showcase

Friday, May 3 2024, 07:30 PM
Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall Map
sfcm opera and musical theatre The Consul performance
Featured artists:

Rayna Mia Campbell, soprano
Catherine Durcan, soprano
Camryn Finn, soprano
Hailey Gutowski, soprano
Rianne Lau, soprano
Sydnee Turrentine-Johnson, soprano
Leah Finn, mezzo-soprano
Sid Chand, tenor
Joseph Calzada, bass-baritone
Tony DeLousia, baritone
Ian Rakunas, baritone


Harry Lawrence Freeman: “Hail, subjects of the mighty Voodoo Queen”
    Act III Aria from Voodoo
Rayna Mia Campbell, Lolo

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: “Di molte faci il lume…Sola, sola in buio loco”
    Act II Sextet from Don Giovanni
Rianne Lau, Donna Anna
Sydnee Turrentine-Johnson, Donna Elvira
Catherine Durcan, Zerlina
Ian Rakunas, Masetto
Sid Chand, Don Ottavio
Tony DeLousia, Leporello

W.A. Mozart: “Che novità…Susanna, or via sortite”
    Act II Trio from Le nozze di Figaro
Hailey Gutowski, Countess
Joseph Calzada, Count
Camryn Finn, Susanna

W.A. Mozart: “L’abito de Ferrando... Fra gli amplessi…”
    Act II Duet from Così fan tutte
Sydnee Turrentine-Johnson, Fiordiligi
Sid Chand, Ferrando

W.A. Mozart: “Parto, nel gran cimento” 
    Act I Aria from Mitridate, re di Ponto
Catherine Durcan, Sifare

Benjamin Britten: “Why should you think that I should woo in scorn?”
    Act III Quartet from A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Rayna Mia Campbell, Helena
Leah Finn, Hermia
Joseph Calzada, Demetrius
Sid Chand, Lysander

W.A. Mozart: “Sorella, cosa dici?... Prenderò quel brunettino”
    Act II Duet from Così fan tutte
Rianne Lau, Fiordiligi
Leah Finn, Dorabella

W. A. Mozart: “Ah! Che tutto in un momento”
    Act I Finale from Così fan tutte
Hailey Gutowski, Fiordiligi
Leah Finn, Dorabella
Camryn Finn, Despina
Joseph Calzada, Don Alfonso
Tony DeLousia, Guglielmo
Sid Chand, Ferrando

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Friday, May 3 2024, 07:30 PM to Friday, May 3 2024, 09:30 PM

About SFCM’s Opera and Musical Theatre Program

The SFCM Opera and Musical Theatre program draws exceptionally talented young singers from around the world and provides them with advanced training in vocal style, acting, stage movement, and other essentials of stagecraft. Each year, SFCM produces four fully staged opera and musical theatre productions with full or chamber orchestra. Recent fully staged operas have included L’elisir d’amore, Don Giovanni, Mansfield Park, Postcard from Morocco, The Rake’s Progress, Così fan tutte, The Marriage of Figaro, and former faculty composer Conrad Susa’s Transformations. SFCM has hosted workshops for in-development opera projects such as Mason Bates’s The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs and Jake Heggie’s Great Scott.

In addition to fully staged productions, a number of scenes, programs, and other performances with piano accompaniment are presented each year. Opera students also have an opportunity to receive coaching from San Francisco Opera music staff, and to participate in productions tailored for school-age audiences in collaboration with San Francisco Opera’s Education Department.

SFCM’s Musical Theatre Workshop provides ensemble experience to singer/actors with an emphasis on American musical theatre, examining one or more musical theatre composers and their works through rehearsals and performance. Recent performances include such works as The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, She Loves Me, Company, Little Women, Urinetown, and The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!).

Visiting artists have included Ryan Taylor (General Director, Minnesota Opera), Roy Rallo (Stage Director, San Francisco Opera), David Maier (Fight Director, San Francisco Opera), Barbara Scott (Improvisation Technique), Matt Chapman (Laban Technique), and Jose Luis Moscovich (General Director, West Bay Opera).

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