Renée Fleming joins the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Sir Andrew Davis for two Australian exclusive orchestral concerts. This special event sees Fleming perform her signature works, including Ravel’s sensual song cycle Shéhérazade, the luxurious melodies of Canteloube’s Chants d’Auvergne and a selection of beloved arias from the operatic repertoire.
The Cleveland Orchestra’s Gala Concert for the 2015-16 season will feature distinguished soprano Renée Fleming. The gala evening, which takes place on October 3, includes a pre-concert cocktail reception, gala performance, and post-concert dinner. Proceeds benefit The Cleveland Orchestra’s Education and Community Programs. Gala leadership includes Chair Norma Lerner, Co-Chair Nancy McCann, and Corporate Chair Beth Mooney. Additional gala details will be announced as the season approaches.
The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera is proud to present opera singer Renée Fleming in a Gala Event on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at 7:30pm at the Tivoli Theatre. CSO Music Director Kayoko Dan will conduct the first half as Fleming performs opera and classical works. The second half will be conducted by CSO Principal Pops Conductor Bob Bernhardt and will feature Fleming on lighter fare such as Broadway tunes.
Renée stars as Hanna, the widow on whose fortune rests the fate of a nation, in Franz Lehar's light-hearted operetta. Complications abound. Hanna ultimately gets her man as Lehár’s unforgettable tunes bubble happily along. Susan Stroman, one of Broadway’s hottest directors, leads Lyric’s blockbuster cast, including Thomas Hampson, Heidi Stober, and Michael Spyres in an “eyepopping production...breathtaking to look at and a pleasure to hear.” Huffington Post
Lyric Opera of Chicago
Renée Fleming will be the guest artist marking the tenth anniversary of the Cleveland Orchestra’s Miami residency.
The celebrated soprano will appear in a one-night event January 23, 2016 (vocal selections TBA). Franz Welser-Möst will also conduct the orchestra in Mozart’s “Haffner” Symphony (No. 35) and Ravel’s La Valse.
Adrienne Arsht Center
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