Double Feature Of Chamber Opera Films

Double Feature Of Chamber Opera Films

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FROM Website: http://www.jsnyc.com/season/chamber_opera_films.htm
“AVIVA PLAYERS TO PRESENT A DOUBLE FEATURE OF SCI-FI CHAMBER OPERA FILMS
“Villa Diodati” by Mira J. Spektor, an opera about the origins of the Frankenstein story, and “Libertaria” by Sabrina Pena Young, a futuristic animated comic book opera, at Opera America November 4.

WHERE AND WHEN:
November 4, 2015 at 7:00 PM
Opera America, 330 Seventh Ave. (at 29th Street), NYC
Presented by Aviva Players and Bank Street Films
$10, box office: SMARTTIX, 212-868-4444, http://www.smarttix.com

NEW YORK, September 20 — The Aviva Players, now in its 40th season, invites opera goers to travel into the past and future with its “Double Feature of Chamber Opera Films” to be presented at Opera America, 330 Seventh Ave., Manhattan, on November 4. The films are “Villa Diodati” a screen version of Mira J. Spektor’s opera about Mary Shelley and the origins of her Frankenstein story, and “Libertaria: the Virtual Opera” by Sabrina Pena Young, a futuristic animated tale that may be the world’s first original machinima opera and is certainly one of the few animated comic book operas.

The evening is the second part of the Aviva Players’ 40th Anniversary Series to be presented this fall at Opera America. The three-part series also includes “Songs, Piano Rags & Chamber Music by Women Composers, including the Piano Trio by Fanny Mendelssohn” October 16 and “That Certain Age: Short Operas about Aging with Grace & Humor” December 1. For info on these other concerts, see: http://www.jsnyc.com/season/aviva.htm.”

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