Renée Fleming - Calendar


September 29 & October 01

Der Rosenkavalier in Concert


Andris Nelsons conducts Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier featuring soprano Renée Fleming
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Andris Nelsons - conductor
Renée Fleming - soprano
Erin Morley - soprano (Sophie)
Susan Graham - mezzo-soprano (Octavian)
Franz Hawlata - bass (Baron Ochs)
Alan Opie - (Faninal)
Irmgard Vilsmaier - soprano, (Marianne)
Michelle Trainor - soprano (Milliner)
Jane Henschel - mezzo-soprano (Annina)
Graham Clark - tenor (Valzacchi)
Stephen Costello - tenor (Italian Singer)
David Cangelosi - tenor (Marschallin’s Majordomo)
Symphony Hall

October 05


St. Paul, MN

RENEE FLEMING, arguably the quintessential American soprano of our time, will be kicking off The Schubert Club's International Artist Series season with a one-night-only recital at The Ordway.
Ordway Concert Hall

October 08


Iowa City, IA

Hancher Auditorium

October 11


Stevens Point, WI

Renée Fleming in recital with pianist Hartmut Höll
Sentry Theater

October 15


Kansas City, MO

One of the most acclaimed singers of our time, Renée Fleming will make her fourth Harriman-Jewell Series appearance.
Helzberg Hall

October 18


Los Angeles

The Emerson String Quartet celebrates a remarkable four decades as one of the world’s preeminent chamber ensembles.

The four artists are joined by another iconic performer, soprano Renée Fleming, for this anniversary celebration, which combines the Romantic Classicism of Brahms with the post-Romantic Modernism of Alban Berg and Egon Wellesz.
Walt Disney Concert Hall

October 22



New World Symphony
Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor
Renée Fleming, soprano
Adrienne Arsht Center

November 12


Rochester, NY

Renée Fleming and the Eastman Philharmonia will premiere a new work by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and Eastman alumnus Kevin Puts, and the concert will include Ravel’s Rhapsodie espagnole and Prokoviev’s Symphony No. 5.
Kodak Hall at the Eastman Theatre

November 14


New York City

Renée Fleming and the Eastman Philharmonia perform a new work by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Kevin Puts.
Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center