Recital: Chimera @ The Ballery, Berlin
Jun
1
8:00 PM20:00

Recital: Chimera @ The Ballery, Berlin

Mr. Munn and pianist Rami Sarieddine from the duo+ Chimera. They make their Berlin recital debut in an intimate program of songs of expressed and repressed desires. The program includes:

  • Conrad Winslow’s Across the Space for bass and piano four-hands, with the composer joining Mr. Sarieddine.

  • Samuel Barber’s Three Songs, Op. 10

  • Franz Schubert’s settings of Johann Mayrhofer

  • Hugo Wolf’s Michelangelo Lieder

  • Cole Porter Standards

The program is motivated by the Ballery’s current exhibition of male figure paintings by Bruce Sargeant (1898-1938). The Ballery presents an independent collective of artists and performers who have stepped out of the main stream to follow their own personal path, and whose artistry comes from a keen observation of the world. Consisting of artists coming from all parts of the world, visual arts, dance, music, film, or literature, each medium is an equally important part of a more global work.

Entrance 10 €

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Juilliard Global: Recital & Residency, Abu Dhabi
Jun
16
9:00 AM09:00

Juilliard Global: Recital & Residency, Abu Dhabi

Recital and Masterclass for advanced student vocalists at British International School Abu Dhabi.

With pianist Rami Sarieddine.

Mr. Munn is a Visiting Artist for Juilliard Global’s collaboration with the Nord Anglia School Network. In this capacity, he presents recitals focusing on the links between music, literature, and history and leads masterclasses with student vocalists at the beginning of their exploration of classical music.

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American School of Classical Studies - Athens, Greece - Lecture Recital
Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

American School of Classical Studies - Athens, Greece - Lecture Recital

Andrew Munn and pianist Rami Sarieddine will present a lecture recital entitled “Echoes of Greek Antiquity.” The recital features works of Franz Schubert, Hans Eisler, Georg Friedrich Handel and a new work by Andys Skordis.

Click here for the Program

Admission information will be posted when available.

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Glass / The Trial / Opera Szczecin
Mar
30
to Mar 31

Glass / The Trial / Opera Szczecin

Andrew Munn sings the bass roles, Inspector and Uncle Albert, in Phillip Glass’s 2014 opera The Trial in the Polish premier of the piece with Opera Szczecin. The Trial is based on Franz Kafka’s surreal novel of a familiar and mundane dystopia.

Conductor: : Jerzy Wołosiuk

Director: Pia Partum

Choreographer: Agnieszka Dmochowska

Dates, Tickets, and More Information on Opera Szczecin’s Website.

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Juilliard Global: Recital & Residency @ International School Budapest
Feb
5
9:00 AM09:00

Juilliard Global: Recital & Residency @ International School Budapest

Recital and Masterclass for advanced student vocalists at International School in Budapest, Hungary.

With pianist of the Hungarian State Opera, Balint Zsoldos.

Mr. Munn is a Visiting Artist for Juilliard Global’s collaboration with the Nord Anglia School Network. In this capacity, he presents lecture recitals focusing on the links between music, literature, and history and leads masterclasses with student vocalists at the beginning of their exploration of classical music.

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Juilliard Global: Recital & Residency @ Collège du Léman
Jan
28
9:00 AM09:00

Juilliard Global: Recital & Residency @ Collège du Léman

Recital and Masterclass for advanced student vocalists at Collège du Léman in Geneva, Switzerland.

Mr. Munn is a Visiting Artist for Juilliard Global’s collaboration with the Nord Anglia School Network. In this capacity, he presents lecture recitals focusing on the links between music, literature, and history and leads masterclasses with student vocalists at the beginning of their exploration of classical music.

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Glass / The Trial / Opera Szczecin
Jan
19
to Jan 20

Glass / The Trial / Opera Szczecin

Andrew Munn sings the bass roles, Inspector and Uncle Albert, in Phillip Glass’s 2014 opera The Trial in the Polish premier of the piece with Opera Szczecin. The Trial is based on Franz Kafka’s surreal novel of a familiar and mundane dystopia.

Conductor: : Jerzy Wołosiuk

Director: Pia Partum

Choreographer: Agnieszka Dmochowska

Dates, Tickets, and More Information on Opera Szczecin’s Website.

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Artist Residency: Making Tellus Vocal Workshop
Mar
5
to Mar 10

Artist Residency: Making Tellus Vocal Workshop

Andrew Munn, Nina C. Young, Charlotte Mundy, Sharon Harms, Kate Maroney, Ben Grow and Rami Sarieddine will spend the week at The Lifebridge Sanctuary in the Catskills to rehearse excerpts from Young's score and develop new material for the opera. Thank you to the Lifebridge Foundation for providing this beautiful space to incubate our work.

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NYFOS Protest! in Hudson, NY
Mar
3
7:00 PM19:00

NYFOS Protest! in Hudson, NY

Christine Taylor Price, soprano
Joshua Blue, tenor
Dimitri Katotakis and Jacob Scharfman, baritones
Andrew Munn, bass
Jack Gulielmetti, guitar
Steven Blier and Chris Reynolds, piano

Music has long been a source of comfort and courage for oppressed communities. Tonight’s songs—defiant, passionate, ironic—touch on some of the hot-button issues in today’s news. Latinx, African-Americans, Muslims, Jews, the LGBTQ community, people exiled from their own countries, and the earth itself all take an eloquent stand for equality, peace, rationality, and inclusion. The music ranges from Blitzstein and Joni Mitchell to Randy Newman and Mohammed Fairouz—a panorama of voices from around the world.

Hudson Hall
327 Warren Street, Hudson, NY
Tickets $25 | Hudsonhall.org

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NYFOS Protest! at Kaufman Music Center
Feb
27
8:00 PM20:00

NYFOS Protest! at Kaufman Music Center

  • Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center (map)
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Mikaela Bennett and Christine Taylor Price, sopranos
Rihab Chaieb, mezzo-soprano
Joshua Blue, tenor
Dimitri Katotakis and Jacob Scharfman, baritones
Andrew Munn, bass
Jack Gulielmetti, guitar
Steven Blier and Chris Reynolds, piano

Music has long been a source of comfort and courage for oppressed communities. Tonight’s songs—defiant, passionate, ironic—touch on some of the hot-button issues in today’s news. Latinx, African-Americans, Muslims, Jews, the LGBTQ community, people exiled from their own countries, and the earth itself all take an eloquent stand for equality, peace, rationality, and inclusion. The music ranges from Blitzstein and Joni Mitchell to Randy Newman and Mohammed Fairouz—a panorama of voices from around the world.

Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center
129 West 67th Street, New York, NY
Tickets $40-55 | KaufmanMusicCenter.org 

 

 

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Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor, by Otto Nicolai
Feb
14
to Feb 18

Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor, by Otto Nicolai

  • Rosemary and Meredith Wilson Theater (map)
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Doctor Cajus and covering Sir John Falstaff in Juilliard Opera production of Otto Nicolai's Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor, a charming adaptation of Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor. Directed by John Giampietro, conducted by Teddy Poll.

Three Performances:

Wednesday, February, 14 7:30 PM
Friday, February, 16, 7:30 PM
Sunday, February, 18, 2:00 PM

For more information and tickets, visit The Juilliard School's event website.

 

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Juilliard Liederabend, curated by Lucy Shelton
Jan
24
6:00 PM18:00

Juilliard Liederabend, curated by Lucy Shelton

  • Paul Hall at The Juilliard School (map)
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Andrew Munn, bass and Rosa Li, piano will present Young Concert Artist composer Katherine Balch's cat-and-dog inspired song cycle Das Haustier Liederbuch. The cycle sets original texts written by Andrew and Katherine on the lives of their cohabiting furry friends. Contemporary music, timeless rivalries.

The evening's program, curated by Lucy Shelton, is dedicated to contemporary music and also features other Juilliard singers and collaborative pianists.

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Juilliard Degree Recital
Jan
19
6:00 PM18:00

Juilliard Degree Recital

PROGRAM

  1. Johannes Brahms: Vier Ernste Gesänge
  2. Jacque Ibert: Chansons de Don Quichotte
  3. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concert Arias for Bass
    1. Alcandro lo confesso... Non so d'onde viene
    2. Cosi dunque tradisci... Aspri rimorsi atroci
    3. Per questa bella mano, featuring Hugo Abraham on Viennese Bass
  4. Katherine Balch: Das Haustier Liederbuch

PERFORMERS

Andrew Munn, bass and Adam Rothenberg, piano; with instrumentalists from The Juilliard School's Historical Performance Division:

Alana Youssefian, violin
Sarah Jane Kenner, violin
Keats Dieffenbach, viola
Matthew Zucker, cello
Hugo Abraham, bass

For more information, visit The Juilliard School's event website or the facebook event page.

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