This year, our Education & Community Engagement program includes13 free talks, previews, workshops, and an open rehearsal!
Whether you’re interested in hearing from a composer about his creative process (Richard Einhorn discussing Voices of Light with two music and history professors), or looking for background on Benjamin Britten and his opera Peter Grimes (lectures by Stephen Allen, Scott Burnham, Marianne Grey, and Timothy Urban), or simply enjoy seeing artists in action (Festival preview and Baroque Orchestra open rehearsal), you’ll find something to enlighten and entertain you.
Details on each of our Education & Community Engagement programs can be found here. Please join us for our first event on Wednesday, June 1st at 6:30pm on the Princeton Theological Seminary campus – a Round Table discussion with principal artists and production staff from our opera. (Click here for more details.) The photo above shows Katharine Whyte regaling Haeran Hong and the rest of us last year with a funny story of their time performing at The Metropolitan Opera.