November 6-9 at Haymarket Opera in Chicago: Amadigi di Gaula by George Frederick Handel. Sarah Edgar, Associate Director of the NYBDC, is the stage director and choreographer for this inventive production of one of Handel’s “magic” operas fully staged with new costumes and sets. Do not miss this exciting production with period instruments conducted by Craig Trompeter. For Tickets and more information: http://haymarketopera.org/events.html
November 11-13 at BAM: You Us We All Seth Williams, advisor and former dancer/teacher of the NYBDC, is the choreographer for this new opera making its US premiere at BAM Harvey Theater. Part of 2015 Next Wave Festival …Shara Worden is the composer, Andrew Ondrejcak is the librettist, designer and stage director and the music is played by B.O.X. (Baroque Orchestration X). For Tickets and more information: Click!
November 14, 8pm with The Dallas Bach Society: A Tale of Two Cities: Music in Paris and London. Catherine Turocy, Director of the
NYBDC, with dancers Brynt Beitman, Carly Fox Horton, Alexis Silver and Andrew Trego with a guest appearance of members of the Contemporary Ballet Dallas directed by Valerie Shelton Tabor will join the Dallas Bach Society in music and dance of the 17th and 18th centuries, including music by Handel, Purcell, Lully and Campra for both the ballroom and theater. Location: SMU Meadow School of the Arts, Caruth Auditorium – 6101 Bishop, Dallas TX 75205. For Tickets and more information: Dallas Bach Society
November 20, 7:30pm with Ars Lyrica Houston, Hommage to the Sun King. Catherine Turocy and members of the NYBDC, Brynt Beitman, Carly Fox Horton, Alexis Silver and Andrew Trego celebrate Louis XIV’s 300th anniversary with music and dance in this special “Hommage to the Sun King.” Turocy provides the semi-staging and choreography for Marc Antoine Charpentier’s Les Arts Florissants in a period instrument performance conducted by Matthew Dirst. Location: Zilkha Hall, Hobby Center in Houston Plan your visit For Tickets and more information: Please click!