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Podcast 30: Nkeiru Okoye

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We are joined by Special Guest Nkeiru Okoye composer of “Harriet Tubman: When I Crossed That Line to Freedom” at Cleveland Opera Theater  developed with American Opera Projects.

Show Notes

Halloween Operas

  • American Lyric Theater presents “The Halloween Tree” by Theo Popov and Tony Asaro
  • “Der Vampyr” by Heinrich Marschier’s
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay and Deems Taylor’s – “The King’s Henchman”
  • “The Flying Dutchman” Richard Wagner
  • “Die tote Stadt” – Erich Wolfgang Korngold and Paul Schott
  • “Wozzek” – Alban Berg
  • “Bluebeard’s Castle” – Bela Bartok
  • “Grendel” by Elliot Goldenthal, Julie Taymor and J. D. McClatchy
  • “Griffelkin” by Lukas Foss and Alastair Reid
  • Originally premiered with Adelaide Bishop in the Title Voice
  • “Susannah” By Carlisle Floyd
  • Heartbeat Opera “Queens of the Night: Mozart in Space”
  • The Shining” by Paul Moravec and Mark Campbell based on the novel by Steven King at Minnesota Opera
  • “La Boheme and Zombies”
  • “La Traviata and Vampires”

Credits

Co-hosts: Brooke Larimer, Noah Lethbridge, Walker Lewis, Peter Szep
Peter Szep, Producer; C. Colby Sachs,  Associate Producer
Edited by Ross Crean
Theme Song and additional music by Ross Crean; Sarah Thompson Johansen, Vocals
John Lynd Recording Engineer
Recorded at The National Opera Center
Social Media by Sharin Apostolou who live tweeted the show

Thank You, Chad Dobson for your inspiration.

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One thought on “Podcast 30: Nkeiru Okoye

  1. Brooke mentions “Connection Lost: the Tinder Opera in the episode. I happen to be the composer and one of the performers of the work. It just won Best Score at the Kerry Film Festival in Ireland and will be produced for the stage next week by Opera Carolina with Menotti’s The Telephone and Barber’s A Hand of Bridge. Please check out the YouTube video. Our second piece, Something Blue (L’opera del Bachelor) is even more ambitious and will be released on Dec 14th.

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