Charlottesville's extraordinary, award-winning opera troupe unites singers from such houses as the Metropolitan Opera and the radiant chorus of UVA's Chamber Singers with stars of Deaf theater & film, in an unprecedented theatrical event. This fully-staged production blends the beauty of opera & ASL, in a fascinating retelling of the Orpheus myth that asks: how far would you go to preserve a life?
Co-directed by Alek Lev & Miriam Gordon-Stewart
Conducted by Christine Brandes
with the UVA Chamber Singers led by Chorusmaster Michael Slon
Starring Brenda Patterson, mezzo-soprano; Jennifer Zetlan, soprano; Chuanyuan Liu, countertenor;
and Deaf actors John Maucere, Amber Zion, and WAWA Snipe.
Accompanied by chamber orchestra and performed in Italian & ASL with English supertitles.