Carole Farley & Pascal Rogé
in "La Voix Humaine"
NY Chamber Music Festival
Wed, Sep 14 at 8 pm
Symphony Space, Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, NY
Legendary MET Opera star soprano Carole Farley is joined by the "Ambassador of French Music", pianist Pascal Rogé
, for Poulenc's one-act chamber opera La Voix Humaine. Come see the ultimate interpreter of this work - the fabulous Carole Farley, celebrated the world over for this role. Also included in the program: Debussy - Le balcon, and Ravel - Chansons madecasses (with the participation of MET musicians Samuel Magill, cello and Lucian Rinando, flute).
NEW YORK CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL
2011 Master Classes:
The New York Chamber Music Festival is proud to announce the following master classes, co-sponsored by the ASSOCIATED MUSIC TEACHERS' LEAGUE
CAROLE FARLEY, Soprano (9/19)
PASCAL ROGÉ, Piano (9/15)
JANOS STARKER, Cello (TBA)
If interested in participating, please contact:
Vocal Masterclass with
Soprano CAROLE FARLEY
Opera arias, Recital or Song Repertoire
Monday, September 19, 2011
1:00 - 4:30 pm
Free Admission for Auditors
Peter Jay Sharp Theatre at Symphony Space
2537 Broadway at 95th Street
- Carole Farley's DVD is selected as "DVD of the Month" by GRAMOPHONE Magazine. The Decca-BBC film includes the operas "The Telephone" by Menotti and "La Voix Humaine" by Poulenc, issued by VAI on DVD. (Scottish Chamber Orchestra and José Serebrier).
Carole's new CD on Naxos, Songs of William Bolcom, with the composer at the piano, receives a GRAMMY nomination for "Best Vocal Recording of the Year", alongside Thomas Quasthoff, Natalie Dessay, Rolando Villazon, Cecilia Bartoli.
Carole sings her first production of Leonard Bernstein's opera "Candide"
at historic Teatro San Carlo di Napoli, Italy on January 20 - 23 - 25 - 28 - 30, 2007.
April 2007 sees Carole as the head of the jury at the International Voice Competition in Montevideo, Uruguay, followed by a recital, and concerts with the SODRE Symphony Orchestra in "The Four Last Songs" by Strauss.
In May she appears in orchestral concerts in Mexico, performing Cinco Canciones Negras by Montsalvatge, Serebrier's Symphony No. 3, and Strauss orchestral lieder.
June 1 sees the international release of her latest CD, CLASSIC AMERICAN LOVE SONGS Volume 1, on Naxos, with pianist John Constable: songs by Gershwin, Arlen, Weill and Schwartz & Dietz, including several world premieres.
June 27 marks her return recital in London, with pianist John Constable, for the City of London Festival, including lieder by Debussy, Satie and a staged performance of Poulenc's opera "La Voix Humaine".
July/August European tour with the National Youth Orchestra of Spain, including concerts in Berlin, Spain and the United Kingdom.