Hear a special reading of Mari Kashiwagi’s “Butterfly” plus nine distinguished poets from the US and around the world reading their own poems.
Enjoy an intimate evening of opera favorites, broadcast from Princeton’s elegant Morven Museum and Garden.
Kosmologia’s interdisciplinary video Dreaming and Undreaming is inspired by two short stories by the masterful Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges – “The Library of Babel” and “The Aleph”.
Watch young artists from around the world display extraordinary talent and musicianship in our virtual competition!
Concordia’s virtual program features exciting and varied works by Giacomo Puccini, Hugo Wolf, Jean Françaix, and more.
Harold Kuskin explores a variety of expressions of love in operatic works from the 17th through 20th centuries.
Stuart Holt will examine the characteristics that define operas and musicals and explore the adaptation process of operas and their stories for a new audience as well as the role each plays in the opera house.
Join Professor Timothy Urban as he explores some of opera’s great drinking songs.
Join Marianne Grey as she introduces Parisian opera culture through painting.
Learn more about the composers to be heard, their music, and instruments from the “Age of the Baroque.”
Carmen-Helena Téllez will discuss the challenges and adventures of creating a new inter-artistic event with her interdisciplinary collective, Kosmologia.