The Oratorio Society of New York (OSNY), under Kent Tritle, gave its second stirring world premiere by Paul Moravec and Mark Campbell with Tuesday's outstanding performance of A NATION OF OTHERS.
The new work by the Pulitzer Prize winner and librettist Mark Campbell for New York’s Oratorio Society Debuts at Carnegie Hall on November 15
A Nation of Others highlights the individual and collective experiences of immigrants from all over the globe who pass through New York's famous processing facility, many of whom were refugees fleeing economic distress or religious persecution.
DEEP IN THE SECOND HALF of Sanctuary Road, an oratorio by composer Paul Moravec ’80 based on stories from the Underground Railroad, the heart of the whole piece seems to crack wide open.
Here’s some oxygen for your week: A team of Pulitzer Prize winners, including librettist Mark Campbell and Yaddo composer Paul Moravec produced this virtuosic performance of “Light Shall Lift Us.”
OPERA America is inviting artists, administrators, trustees, and audiences to "A Toast to 50 Years," a celebration of opera's progress and of OPERA America's 50th Anniversary, taking place today, Friday, May 15, from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. EDT. The event can be live streamed at youtube.com/operaamerica.
Here’s a look at how “Light Shall Lift Us; Singers Unite in Song” for OPERA America) by Paul Moravec and Mark Campbell for OPERA America, a project, featuring 107 opera singers in “a song of hope and solidarity,” came together to help raise up the spirits of their communities as we deal with COVID-19.
Paul Moravec didn’t think he’d ever recover, let alone thrive, when he was in the grips of a deep depression.
The Harvard Glee Club and Radcliffe Choral Society’s holiday gift came early this year, in the form of a newly commissioned piece of classical music from alumnus Paul Moravec ’79.
Stephen King's The Shining (AKA the book and film that has kept generations awake at night) comes to the stage in a world premiere opera by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Paul Moravec and librettist Mark Campbell.
Minnesota Opera concludes its 2015-16 season with the world premiere of The Shining, a new opera by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Paul Moravec and librettist Mark Campbell, premiering at the Music Theater at the Ordway in St. Paul, MN, May 7.
Today's Morning Edition music is from the Minnesota Opera's new production "The Shining," which has its world premiere Saturday night at the Ordway Theater in St. Paul.
This weekend, the Minnesota Opera aims to scare the living daylights out of its audience. It's presenting the world premiere of "The Shining," Stephen King's tale of an empty hotel filled with murderous evil spirits.
The Minnesota Opera is working on the World Premiere of a gripping new version of "The Shining". Joining us Thursday from the Minnesota Opera is Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Paul Moravec and librettist Mark Campbell. (4:31) WCCO Mid-Morning
ALIAS and Portara joined forces once again to record “Amorisms: Music of Paul Moravec,” which was released on the Delos label on Jan. 8.
"The Shining," adapted from the Stephen King novel, with a score by Paul Moravec and libretto by Mark Campbell, debuts May 7, 2016.
The Minnesota Opera has announced it will present five operas in its next season including the world premiere of “The Shining.”
Paul Moravec spent a delightful afternoon with Lew Smoley at Smoley’s Manhattan apartment talking about Paul’s work.
Ben Franklin’s wit and wisdom is well-documented, but his stormy relationship with his illegitimate son William is often overlooked in founding fathers history.