Renée Fleming - Calendar

2015

October 03

GALA CONCERT

Cleveland

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.
Severance Hall

September 25

GALA CONCERT

Los Angeles

Andrea Bocelli and Renée Fleming will headline a spectacular benefit and gala dinner at the Los Angeles Music Center on September 25 to celebrate the life and legacy of the most outstanding tenor of his day, the beloved Luciano Pavarotti, who died tragically of pancreatic cancer. The special evening will feature the pair performing iconic arias, duets and classic songs, with the Los Angeles Opera Orchestra conducted by Eugene Kohn, as well as a guest appearance by Placido Domingo. Funds raised at the concert will be directed to the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, where leading-edge research in the Gene Expression Laboratory, led by Dr. Ronald M. Evans, is yielding promise for treatments for the lethal disease.
Los Angeles Music Center

September 16

Concert

New York City

Renée Fleming and the Emerson String Quartet join together to celebrate the release of their new album. The evening will feature selections from Berg’s intricately complex Lyric Suite, Eric Zeisl's “Komm, süßer Tod”, and a screening of excerpts from Hilan Warshaw’s Lyric Suite: A Musical Love Story.
SubCulture NY

September 12

Gala Concert

Wellington, New Zealand

Renée joins Maestro James Judd and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra to perform Ravel’s glorious Schéhérazade and beloved art songs and arias from the operatic repertoire.
Michael Fowler Centre

September 07

Recital

Brisbane, Australia

Fleming will perform several of her signature works including Ravel's Shéhérazade and selections from Canteloube's Songs of the Auvergne, accompanied by pianist Richard Bado.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre

September 03 & 05

Concert

Melbourne, Australia

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.
Hamer Hall

August 30

RECITAL

Sydney

Renée Fleming performs signature works including Ravel’s Shéhérazade and Canteloube’s Songs of the Auvergne with pianist Richard Bado
Sydney Opera House Concert Hall

August 18

Keynote Address

Orlando, FL

Renée Fleming's keynote address for the Tessitura Learning & Community Conference will focus on topics for which she has long been a strong advocate - audience development, community engagement and arts education.
Tessitura Learning & Community Conference

July 29

Gala Concert

Jackson Hole, WY

Renée Fleming sings a program that includes Mozart arias, Strauss's rapturous Four Last Songs, and selections from musical theater. Guest conductor Edo de Waart leads the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra.
Grand Teton Music Festival, Walk Festival Hall

April 01

Living on Love

New York

RENÉE FLEMING makes her Broadway debut in the hilarious new comedy LIVING ON LOVE, a glamorous romp through the world of music, marriage and celebrity. Direct from a smash-hit run at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, LIVING ON LOVE is written by two-time Tony Award® winner JOE DIPIETRO (Nice Work If You Can Get It), adapted from a work by GARSON KANIN (Born Yesterday) and directed by three-time Tony Award winner KATHLEEN MARSHALL (Anything Goes). Fleming stars alongside Tony nominee DOUGLAS SILLS (The Scarlet Pimpernel), critically acclaimed actor JERRY O'CONNELL (Jerry Maguire) and Emmy® nominee ANNA CHLUMSKY ("Veep").
Longacre Theater