Opera Talks


Talks by NCO General Director, Eric Mitchko:  
Monday, August 28, 6:30pm at Cameron Village Library
Tuesday, August 29, 6:30pm at North Regional Library (Harps Mill Road)
Thursday, August 31, 6:30pm at Northeast Regional Library
Tuesday, September 5, 7:00pm at Chapel Hill Public Library 
Admission is free and open to the public for all library talks



 
Cold Mountain:  Novel and Opera
Talk by CHARLES FRAZIER and Eric Mitchko, with WCPE's David Ballantyne
Thursday, September 7, 7pm at Quail Ridge Books, sponsored by Quail Ridge Books and WCPE
Admission is free and open to the public




An Evening on Cold Mountain: Music, Cocktails, and Conversation 
Saturday, September 9, 6pm-9pm 
NC Museum of History 
With special guests: composer JENNIFER HIGDON and author CHARLES FRAZIER 
Emceed by NCO Artistic & Music Director, Timothy Myers 
Come celebrate the evolution of this powerful story and hear directly from the creative minds who brought this Civil War epic to life on page and stage. The evening will include an exclusive performance of "Buried and Forgotten" from the opera! 
This is a ticketed event: $75 in advance, $85 at the door. Call (919)792-3856 to purchase. 

 


Triangle Wagner Society hosts Jay Hunter Morris 
Friday, September 15, 7:30pm 
“What It’s Like to Sing a Six Hour Opera” followed by Q & A.
American tenor Jay Hunter Morris will reprise the sadistic Captain Teague, leader of the local Home Guard charged with hunting down Civil War deserters, on the NCO stage in our season premiere Cold Mountain. Morris debuted the role in the Cold Mountain world premiere at Santa Fe Opera in 2015, his seventh world premiere! On playing the bad guy, Morris said: "I’ve really enjoyed crawling into the psyche of Teague, a man who is completely free of remorse ... we all need variety, challenges, and opportunities to stretch."
Venue: Private home in Chapel Hill. Directions provided when you reserve your spot. Email Margie Satinsky at margiesatinsky@icloud.com or call 919-383-5998.
Open for Wagner Society Members only.