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6 Jun 2012
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AtlantaSymphony: Get an inside look at our Theater of a Concert presentation of John Adams's "A Flowering Tree" w/soprano Jessica Rivera http://t.co/oBxz1XVi
29 Apr 2012
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Soprano Jessica Rivera, currently an Artist-in-Residence for San Francisco Performances (SFP), gave her first SFP recital this afternoon in the Concert Hall of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, concluding this seasons Young Masters Series....
23 Apr 2012
Featured here in San Francisco Classical Voice, readers gain insights on Jessica Rivera's premiere of Part 1 of The Holy Sisters by Gabriela Lena Frank.
17 Apr 2012
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Having announced last Friday that soprano Jessica Rivera would be featured in the Young Masters Series offered by San Francisco Performances (SFP) on Sunday, April 29, I feel it fair to observe that another promising soprano talent will be giving...
7 Feb 2012
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Under the direction of Michael Stern, the Kansas City Symphony’s high-quality playing carried its audience through an ambitious performance of Mahler’s massive Symphony No. 2 (“Resurrection”) last Friday in Helzberg Hall with satisfying results.
17 Nov 2011
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Soprano Jessica Rivera “has carved out a place in the contemporary music world, with important productions of Golijov' s Ainadamar and John Adams's Nixon in China and A Flowering Tree,” wrote Judith Malafronte in a July Opera News revie...
15 Jul 2011
Interchanging Idioms
Soprano Jessica Rivera is winning a lot of acclaim as an inspired interpreter of 20th- and 21st-century composers, from Benjamin Britten (in whose "Spring" Symphony she joined Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony and was declared "radiant" by Atl...
12 Jul 2011
Jessica Rivera News
Soprano Jessica Rivera is winning a lot of acclaim as an inspired interpreter of 20 th - and 21 st -century composers, from Benjamin Britten (in whose "Spring" Symphony she joined Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony and was declared “radiant...
2 Jul 2011
Music in Cincinnati
John Adams' "A Flowering Tree" opened in a new production by Cincinnati Opera June 30 at Music Hall in Cincinnati (with repeat July 2).  Directed by Brian Robertson, it was a true feast for the senses -- to satiety even, with video projections, ba...
3 Jun 2011
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Since the inception of the commissioning program in the 1990-1991 season, Carnegie Hall has regularly commissioned new works, ranging from solos to large orchestral pieces, and also works for jazz band. This continued throughout the 2010–2011 seas...
28 May 2011
Out West Arts
On Thursday, things finally settled down a bit for Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic . Over half way through the current enigmatically titled “Brahms Unbound” survey of the composer’s major symphonies and the German Requiem , th...
6 May 2011
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The Boston Symphony Orchestra has announced its 2011-2012 season. Among the vocal soloists who are scheduled to appear are: James Morris in excerpts from Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg Sasha Cooke and Gerald Finley in Harbison's Symphony...
5 May 2011
Jessica Rivera News
Having sung key roles in such major works as Osvaldo Golijov's Ainadamar and John Adams's Doctor Atomic, soprano Jessica Rivera continues to win kudos from East Coast to West. Writing for the Financial Times, Allan Ulrich summed up the singer's ...
5 Apr 2011
SFGate: Classical Music
A lot of ink has been spilled in the past few years debating the pros and cons of amplification in classical music, particularly vocal music. All the opponents need to do is point to the starkly divided recital given in Berkley's Hertz Hall on Sun...
4 Apr 2011
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4 Apr 2011
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American Soprano Jessica Rivera performs with great fervour but is better served by Schumann and Debussy than Mark Grey's commemoration of 9/11's 10th anniversary
4 Apr 2011
SFGate: Classical Music
A lot of ink has been spilled in the past few years debating the pros and cons of amplification in classical music, particularly vocal music. All the opponents need to do is point to the starkly divided recital given in Berkley's Hertz Hall on Sun...
1 Apr 2011
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Soprano Jessica Rivera performs the world premiere of Mark Grey's Atash Sorushan ( Fire Angels ) during her concert tomorrow night concert at Carnegie Hall. Here, Rivera explains how quotes from Rumi and Leonard Bernstein were instrumental in...
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Golijov: Ainadamar
Poulenc: Gloria in G major
Spohr: Songs (6), Op. 103
Salazar: Canciones Mexicanas (3)
Adams: A Flowering Tree
Golijov: La pasión según San Marcos
Vaughan Williams: Serenade to Music
Barber: Knoxville, Summer of 1915, Op. 24
Górecki: Symphony no 3, Op. 36 "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs"
Mompou: Combat del somni
Theofanidis: Creation/Creator
Vaughan Williams: Dona nobis pacem
Spano: Hölderlin-Lieder: No. 1, Lebenslauf

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