Monday, 7:00 pm

The Marigny Opera House Church of the Arts invites to you to an hour of musical meditation followed by conversation. Music will be provided this week by Pyeya, an all-female international folk vocal trio specializing in Balkan music. Free to the public.

 

 

Wednesday, 8:00 pm

Please join us for a return to the Marigny Opera House of acclaimed Soprano Mattea Musso, accompanied by virtuoso Javier Olondo, on the Spanish guitar. The duo will perform pieces  by Fernando Sor as well as folkloric songs and poems of Federico García Lorca and Manuel De Falla. Free to the public; donations happily accepted.

Wednesday, 8:00 pm - Thursday, 8:00 pm

Two singers and a chamber orchestra bring nine ballads to life in this provocative and engaging new song cycle from New Orleans-based composer Tucker Fuller and poet Megan Levad. LABOR draws on the rich variety of songs in the American popular canon, presenting a nuanced exploration of work and working in the 21st century. Through nine distinct perspectives, these songs illuminate and challenge our expectations about the ways we shape—and are shaped by—our jobs. Tickets: $20/ $10 Students & Seniors. PURCHASE TICKETS

Friday, 8:00 pm - Sunday, 8:00 pm

Award-Winning Choreographer Donna Crump and her company, “Good Dance Since 1984″ perform new ensemble works accompanied by St. Rock and Drummer Man Ace, as well as new dances performed to the music of  Tchaikovsky, Nina Simone and Kanye West.  Tickets: $20/ $10 Students and Seniors. Available online and at box office one half-hour before each performance. BUY TICKETS 

The Marigny Opera House is a non-denominational church of the arts that hosts private events as well as specially-permitted public performances. It is supported by the Marigny Opera House Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
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