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opera American premiere of Alma Deutscher's Cinderella, the composer's new full-length opera

Brad Dalton (stage director), Jane Glover (conductor) – With Vanessa Becerra (Cinderella), Jonas Hacker (Prince), Nathan Stark (King)...

American premiere of Alma Deutscher's Cinderella, the composer's new full-length opera Brad Dalton (stage director), Jane Glover (conductor) – With Vanessa Becerra (Cinderella), Jonas Hacker (Prince), Nathan Stark (King)...

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The Packard Humanities Institute and Opera San José present the American premiere (and world premiere of English language version) of 12-year-old composer, violinist, and pianist Alma Deutscher's opera Cinderella, webcast live from San Jose, California. In her second opera, Deutscher reimagines the familiar and beloved fairytale, creating a lively comic opera that features the composer herself playing the violin, piano, and organ.

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Cast

  • Alma Deutscher | Composer , Pianist, Violinist
  • Brad Dalton | Stage director
  • Steven Kemp | Set designer
  • Richard Powers | Choreographer
  • Johann Stegmeir | Costume designer
  • Alyssa Oania | Costume director
  • David Lee Cuthbert | Lighting
  • Robert Pickens | Wig and Makeup Designer
  • Vanessa Becerra | Cinderella
  • Jonas Hacker | Prince
  • Nathan Stark | King
  • Claudia Chapa | Emeline
  • Mary Dunleavy | Stepmother
  • Stacey Tappan | Griselda
  • Karin Mushegain | Zibaldona
  • Brian James Myer | Minister
  • Opera San José Orchestra
  • Opera San José Chorus
  • Opera San José Dancers
  • Andrew Whitfield | Assistant conductor, Chorus director
  • Jane Glover | Conductor

Program

  • Alma Deutscher, Cinderella
    • Overture
    • Act I
    • Act II
    • Act III
    • Act IV

Details

  • Directed by:
    • Bernhard Fleischer
  • Venue: California Theatre, Opera San José (San Jose, California, USA)
  • Broadcast date: Dec. 21, 2017, 5 a.m.
  • Production date: 2017
  • Duration: 2 h 32 min
  • Production: The Packard Humanities Institute, Opera San José, and Bernhard Fleischer Moving Images
  • Available version(s): EN

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