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Episode featuring mezzo-soprano Daniela Mack now available!
In a moving journey of discovery, re-connection, and riveting music, this new episode of In Song unfolds on the streets of Buenos Aires, as mezzo-soprano Daniela Mack returns to the homeland she left at age 6. Mack traces her roots, shares memories of her childhood, and reunites with her family, then delivers no holds-barred renditions of Piazzolla’s "María de Buenos Aires" and "Los Pájaros Perdidos,” as well as Pauline Viardot's "Havanaise.” Husband/tenor Alek Shrader and their two children join her for this homecoming, just prior to rehearsals for her starring role of Frida in Gabriela Lena Frank’s El Último Sueño de Frida y Diego.
Streaming the First Century features 25 precious audio artifacts from previous seasons to open a series of magical portals into the Company’s first 100 years, allowing us to experience, as if through time travel, the moments that touched the hearts of generations of audiences and continue to move us.
Introducing Kaleidoscope, a digital and "walking" exhibit in the War Memorial Opera House during our June 2023 performances of Giacomo Puccini’s Madame Butterfly. Presented by San Francisco Opera’s department of Diversity, Equity and Community.
Step into the world of opera through North Stage Door, a podcast series that takes you into the swirl of creativity, stagecraft, and performance at San Francisco Opera. You’ll hear lively stories and insightful interviews—a window into the complex inner workings of this vibrant company, and the many aspects necessary to make a rich, multi-faceted art form come to life.
In Song, the North Stage Door Podcast, and the Atrium Sessions are made possible, in part, by the Creative Edge Fund, with major support from Carol and Dixon Doll, Peter Fenton and Kate Greer, and Bob Ellis.