Renée Fleming - Calendar

2017

February 04

Chicago Voices Gala Concert

Chicago

Renée Fleming performs alongside an array of vocal talent with deep ties to Chicago, paying tribute to the city’s rich musical traditions and its wide-reaching influence across genres. This extraordinary evening of vocal artistry will include top singers in blues, jazz, rock, folk, hip-hop, gospel, and classical music. The evening will feature performances and musical collaborations by Shemekia Copeland, Matthew Polenzani, John Prine, The Handsome Family, and more artists still to be announced! Music director for the gala concert is five-time Jeff award winner Doug Peck.
Civic Opera House

January 31

Recital

Stuart, FL

Renée Fleming in recital with pianist Gerald Martin Moore
The Lyric Theatre

January 29

Recital

Gainesville, FL

Renée Fleming in recital with pianist Gerald Martin Moore
2:00 pm
Phillips Center

January 21

Recital

Budapest

Renée Fleming in recital with pianist Hartmut Höll.
Erkel Theater, Hungarian State Opera

January 08, 11, 14

Der Rosenkavalier

London

Andris Nelsons conducts Renée Fleming, Alice Coote and Sophie Bevan in Robert Carsen’s new production of Richard Strauss’s charming operatic comedy.
Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

2016

December 17 & 20

Der Rosenkavalier

London

Andris Nelsons conducts Renée Fleming, Alice Coote and Sophie Bevan in Robert Carsen’s new production of Richard Strauss’s charming operatic comedy.
Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

December 09

Concert

London

Christian McBride (double bass) will be joined by Renée Fleming (soprano) and Julian Joseph (piano) for his final concert in the Christian McBride Jazz Series
Wigmore Hall

November 14

Concert

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

November 12

Concert

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