UPCOMING ENGAGEMENTS

American Songbook Cabaret, La Busaneth

November 21st, 2017 |7pm

Bordeaux, FR

Messiah, Soprano Soloist, Christ Church Cathedral

December 1st, 2017 |8pm

Lexington , KY US

"The Beyond", Marguerite, Kentucky Opera and Louisville Ballet, Kentucky Center for the Arts, Whitney Hall

March 2nd, 2018 to March 4th, 2018 |8pm and 2pm

Louisville, KY US

This exciting double bill between Louisville Ballet and the Kentucky Opera, joined by the Louisville Orchestra, brings a collaboration to the Whitney Hall stage like you’ve never seen before. It opens with Stephen Baynes’ Requiem danced to the glorious choral music of Fauré, followed by a dramatic reimagining of Gounod’s opera, retitled Project Faust, brought to us by director Sally Blackwood and our very own resident choreographer, Adam Hougland. This is a collaboration not to be missed!


PAST ENGAGEMENTS

"Dead Man Walking", Kitty Hart, Kentucky Opera, Brown Theatre

October 27th, 2017 to October 29th, 2017 |8pm and 2pm

Louisville, KY US

"Show Boat", Magnolia, Kentucky Opera, Brown Theatre

February 18th, 2016 to February 21st, 2016 |8pm and 2pm

Louisville, KY US

Kentucky Opera leaps into the operatic side of musical theater with a splendid rendition of Kern & Hammerstein’s classic, SHOW BOAT. This story of life on a Mississippi riverboat is presented in grand opera style, combining the spectacle of glorious singing and staging, sumptuous costumes and familiar tunes with powerful themes of prejudice and tragic, enduring love. Classic songs from SHOW BOAT include “Ol’ Man River," “Make Believe" and “Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man."

"Messiah", Bourbon Baroque, soprano soloist

November 27th, 2015 to November 29th, 2015 |7pm and 3pm

Louisville, KY US

"All the Things You Are", Celebrity Series of Boston, Jordan Hall

November 6th, 2015 |8pm

Boston, MA, MA US



From Jerome Kern to Aaron Copland, from Broadway to art songs, America produced a stunningly varied and brilliant array of songs in the 20th century in a variety of styles. Featuring soprano Emily Albrink, Rob Kapilow will unpack and celebrate American songwriting in this edition of the ever popular What Makes It Great?
- See more at: http://celebrityseries.org/wmigsong/index.htm#sthash.kY6v7L4m.dpuf

"Requiem" (world premiere) by Dan Locklair, St Paul's Episcopal

November 1st, 2015 |5pm

Winston Salem, NC, NC US

"Amadeus", Louisville Orchestra, soprano soloist, Congregation Adath Jeshurun

January 11th, 2015 |3:00 pm

Louisville, KY United States

Mozart, Overture to The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492
Mozart, Mi tradi from Don Giovanni, K. 527 No. 21b (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Mozart, Ach, ich fuhl’s from The Magic Flute, K. 620 No. 17 (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Mozart, Deh vieni non tardar from The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492 No. 27 (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Salieri, Overture to Prima la musica, e poi le parole
Mozart, Serenade No. 6 in D Major, K. 239 (Serenata notturna)
Mozart, Exsultate jubilate, K. 165 IV. Alleluja! (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Mozart, Symphony No. 31 in D Major, K. 297 (Paris)

"Amadeus", Louisville Orchestra, soprano soloist, The Ogle Center

January 10th, 2015 |7:30 pm

New Albany, KY United States

Mozart, Overture to The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492
Mozart, Mi tradi from Don Giovanni, K. 527 No. 21b (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Mozart, Ach, ich fuhl’s from The Magic Flute, K. 620 No. 17 (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Mozart, Deh vieni non tardar from The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492 No. 27 (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Salieri, Overture to Prima la musica, e poi le parole
Mozart, Serenade No. 6 in D Major, K. 239 (Serenata notturna)
Mozart, Exsultate jubilate, K. 165 IV. Alleluja! (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Mozart, Symphony No. 31 in D Major, K. 297 (Paris)

"Amadeus", Louisville Orchestra, soprano soloist, St. Francis Episcopal Church

January 9th, 2015 |7:30 pm

Louisville, KY United States

Mozart, Overture to The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492
Mozart, Mi tradi from Don Giovanni, K. 527 No. 21b (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Mozart, Ach, ich fuhl’s from The Magic Flute, K. 620 No. 17 (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Mozart, Deh vieni non tardar from The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492 No. 27 (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Salieri, Overture to Prima la musica, e poi le parole
Mozart, Serenade No. 6 in D Major, K. 239 (Serenata notturna)
Mozart, Exsultate jubilate, K. 165 IV. Alleluja! (Emily Albrink, soprano)
Mozart, Symphony No. 31 in D Major, K. 297 (Paris)

"Messiah", Bourbon Baroque, soprano soloist, St. Brigid Catholic Church

November 29th, 2014 to November 30th, 2014 |7:30pm and 2:00 pm

Louisville, KY USA

Bourbon Baroque: Louisville, Kentucky’s period instrument ensemble, performs the music of the 17th and 18th centuries for the promotion of public interest in the arts, culture, and lifestyle of the Baroque through collaboration and strategic partnerships.

Solo Recital, Sacred Arts Music Series, Calvary Episcopal Church

November 23rd, 2014 |5:00 pm

Louisville, KY United States

Louisville Orchestra Pops with Jason Alexander, soprano soloist, Whitney Hall

September 27th, 2014 |8 pm

Louisville, KY United States

Ms. Albrink will sing back up to Tony-Award winner and legendary star of television and movies, Jason Alexander, as he joins the Louisville Orchestra for an unforgettable evening of music and comedy.

"Candide", Paquette, Ash Lawn Opera

May 2nd, 2014 to May 4th, 2014 |7:30 pm and 2 pm

Charlottesville, VA

Ash Lawn Opera joins forces for the first time with The Oratorio Society of Virginia to present semi-staged concert performances of Leonard Bernstein’s delightful Candide on May 2nd and 4th at The Paramount Theater. Written in 1956 by the composer of West Side Story, Candide won four Tony Awards and five Drama Desk Awards at its 1974 revival. Based on the witty novella by Voltaire, this fun and fast paced operetta will be led by Michael Slon, Music Director of the Oratorio Society and features soloists from across the country along with the Oratorio Society orchestra and chorus. Come see why, as Voltaire’s Pangloss would say, this is indeed “the best of all possible worlds!"

Recital with Sharon Lavery, piano

April 12th, 2014 |7 pm

Louisville

Please join us for a Recital at St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church. We will be performing works by Purcell, Strauss, Mussorgsky, and Heggie. There is a $10 suggested donation that would be very appreciated.

Cabaret at The Woman's Club of Louisville, Phillip Morgan, Piano

March 5th, 2014 |1 pm

Louisville

Join us as we celebrate the 124th birthday of the Woman's Club of Louisville. We will be performing songs from the American Songbook and Broadway. This concert is free and open to the public!

"La Boheme", Musetta, Kentucky Opera, Brown Theatre

September 20th, 2013 to September 22nd, 2013

Louisville, KY USA

"Carousel", Julie Jordan, Ash Lawn Opera

August 1st, 2013 to August 11th, 2013

Charlottesville, VA

"Hansel and Gretel", Gretel, Washington National Opera, Terrace Theatre, Kennedy Center

December 20th, 2012

Washington, DC

Concert with Nathan Gunn, Washington National Opera, Conducted by Ted Sperling

September 23rd, 2012 |4pm

Washington, DC

"The Music Man", Marian Paroo, Ash Lawn Opera

July 25th, 2012 to August 7th, 2012

Charlottesville, VA

"Werther", Sophie, Washington National Opera; The Kennedy Center

May 12th, 2012 to May 27th, 2012

DC USA

Messiah with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra

December 10th, 2011 to December 11th, 2011 |7:30pm and 3:00pm

Indianapoiis, IN USA

Recital with Thomas Bagwell, Lotte Lehmann Foundation, Christ at St. Stephen's Church

November 6th, 2011 |4 pm

New York, NY USA

Works by Purcell, Strauss, and Poulenc.

Stella Maris Vocal Competition

July 5th, 2011 to July 16th, 2011

England

Eight of the world’s most renowned opera houses nominate one up-and-coming musical talent each for the Stella Maris Vocal Competition 2011. The EUROPA, which combines music and the ocean in a very special way, offers the perfect setting for this extraordinary event. Ms. Albrink has been selected to represent the Washington National Opera in the international competition. She will be competing on the Stella Maris cruise ship while enjoying a ten day cruise around Great Britain.

Death and the Powers, Evvy, Chicago Opera Theater

April 2nd, 2011 to April 10th, 2011 |7:30pm and 3pm

Chicago, IL USA

THE INNOVATION:
Developed at the MIT Media Lab in creative partnership with Chicago Opera Theater and Harvard’s American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.), this groundbreaking production will use specially designed technology including a chorus of robots, a Musical Chandelier, and a set that expressively “comes alive".
THE CONCEPT:
The libretto by former U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky, from a story by Randy Weiner, explores what we leave behind for the world and our loved ones, as told through an eccentric patriarch, Simon Powers, and his family and friends. The music is by Tod Machover, whose genre-bending work is celebrated for its arching melodic lines, richly nuanced textures, and propulsive rhythms. He is also a pioneer in inventing new technologies for music, including Hyperinstruments that have been used by artists from Yo-Yo Ma to Prince.
THE PRESENTATION:
Visionary director Diane Paulus is renowned for her talent in delivering adventurous productions that touch people emotionally as well as physically through audience participation devices. Set designer Alex McDowell is Hollywood’s go-to guy when directors such as Tim Burton and Steven Spielberg seek an eclectic, dynamic look.

Knoxville Summer of 1915, Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, Alice Tully Hall

March 24th, 2011

New York, NY USA

Conducted by Alondra de la Parra

Mozart Requiem with the Choral Arts Society

March 23rd, 2011 |8pm

Louisville, KY USA

Death and the Powers, Evvy, American Repertory Theatre

March 18th, 2011 to March 25th, 2011 |7:30pm

Boston, MA USA

When the eccentric patriarch Simon Powers downloads himself into The System, his entire house comes to life around his family and friends. A groundbreaking new production developed by the MIT Media Lab in partnership with the A.R.T., Death and the Powers explores what we leave behind for the world and our loved ones, using specially designed technology and an expressively animated stage, including a chorus of robots and a musical chandelier. Machover, called “America’s most wired composer" by the L.A. Times, distinctively blends technological and artistic finesse to create a score that is passionately inventive, yet filled with arching melodic lines. Death and the Powers, which receives its world premiere in Monaco in the fall of 2010, is supported by Futurum Association (Monaco), and will be presented in collaboration with Chicago Opera Theater, in association with Opera Boston.

The Magic Flute, Pamina, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

February 24th, 2011 to February 27th, 2011

Baltimore, MD USA

Ms. Albrink will be singing the role of Pamina in a concert version of Mozart's the Magic Flute, conducted by Marin Alsop.

American Music Recital with pianist, Nancy Albrink, Music at Meyer

January 24th, 2011

San Francisco, CA USA

Music at Meyer showcases the most talented, visionary musicians across genres in the intimate, acoustically superb setting of Congregation Emanu-El's 375-seat Martin Meyer Sanctuary. Ms. Albrink and Nancy Albrink, her mother and pianist, will give a recital featuring all new American composers.

Messiah with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra

December 11th, 2010 to December 12th, 2010 |7:30pm and 2:30pm

Indianapolis, IN USA

"L'Elisir d'Amore", Adina, Kentucky Opera, the Brown Theatre

October 20th, 2010 to October 24th, 2010 |8pm

Louisville, KY USA

Ms. Albrink makes her Kentucky Opera debut as Adina in L'Elisir d'Amore by Donizetti.

Brahm's Requiem, soprano soloist, Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, China Tour

June 19th, 2010 to June 28th, 2010

Beijing and Shanghai, China

Ms. Albrink will be the soprano soloist with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir on a ten day tour to China.

"Le Nozze di Figaro", Susanna, Washington National Opera Young Artist Performance, Kennedy Center

May 6th, 2010 |8pm

DC USA

The Young Artist Performance of Le Nozze di Figaro at the Kennedy Center.

"Le Nozze di Figaro", Barbarina, Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center

April 24th, 2010 to May 7th, 2010 |8pm

DC USA

The Figaro story continues in what is often considered Mozart's most perfect opera. After his marriage to Rosina, now the Countess Almaviva, the Count's palace is filled with a tangled web of love affairs. The pageboy Cherubino courts the Countess while the Count pursues the maidservant Susanna who is betrothed to the wily Figaro. With a nearly flawless blend of music and theatricality, The Marriage of Figaro is conducted by Patrick Fournillier and set in a gorgeous production originally conceived by Göran Jarvefelt and directed by Harry Silverstein.

"Lucy", by Tom Cipullo, America Sings in the Nations Capitol, Kennedy Center Concert Hall

April 10th, 2010 |2pm

DC USA

Soprano role of Lucy in "Lucy", a nine minute opera for soprano and baritone by american composer, Tom Cipullo, on a concert featuring soprano, Patricia Racette.

To celebrate the genius and rich diversity of America's sung music, from mid-February to early June 2010, the Washington area's leading performing arts and presenting organizations will present an unprecedented festival of American music for the Voice. The Festival will offer the public a dazzling array of performances and educational opportunities, across a broad range of musical genres, with something to appeal to every kind of musical interest.

"Pulcinella", Baltimore Symphony, The Meyerhoffer

March 25th, 2010 to March 28th, 2010 |8pm and 3pm

Baltimore, MD USA

Cards, games and puppets. This program, conducted by Marin Alsop, features concert presentations of two 20th-century American operas. One, by Samuel Barber, is sung over a game of cards in ten minutes, followed by a groundbreaking work by George Gershwin, mixing jazz, voice and Americana—laying the foundation for Porgy and Bess. The evening ends with Stravinsky's ballet Pulcinella, its neo-classical music mirroring a puppet tale of madcap comedy.

"Ariadne auf Naxos", Echo, Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center

October 24th, 2009 to November 13th, 2009 |8pm

DC USA

Tragedy and comedy collide when two sets of performers - one an opera company and the other a commedia dell'arte troupe - are forced to perform together. With stunning melodies and relentless energy, the results are cleverly amusing and touching in this brilliant jewel by Richard Strauss. WNO's Music Director Heinz Fricke conducts this fanciful production by Christian Alexander.

"Ainadamar", Cincinnati Opera

July 9th, 2009 to July 11th, 2009 |8pm

Cincinnati, OH USA

Cover for Nuria in a semi-staged production of Ainadamar conducted by Miguel Harth-Bedoya

Grande Pianola Music, Zankel Hall

June 13th, 2009 |7:30pm

New York, NY USA

Soprano soloist in "Grande Pianola Music" by John Adams with The Academy at Carnegie Hall, conducted by Jeffrey Milarsky

Pittsburgh Jewish Chamber Music Festival

June 7th, 2009 to June 8th, 2009 |7:30pm

Pittsburgh, PA USA

Over the past century American composers have taken up the mantle of Eastern European concert music inspired by klezmer, Hebraic, and spiritual sources. The Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival's adventuresome chamber music concerts have continued this tradition with members of the Pittsburgh Symphony and guest artists. These programs - repeated in two different venues - will include Meira Warshauer's lovely vocal setting of “Eili Eili" by Hannah Senesh, David Schiff's instrumental Divertimento from the opera “Gimpel the Fool", and much more.

Concert with Jake Heggie and Frederica von Stade

May 11th, 2009 |8pm

San Francisco, CA USA

Emily Albrink will perform the west coast premiere of "Rise and Fall", a song cycle by Jake Heggie.

Smithsonian Museum of American Art

April 19th, 2009 |3 pm

DC USA

Washington National Opera's Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program presents Georgian pianist Tamara Sanikidze and American soprano Emily Albrink performing music by Grieg, Schubert, Tchaikovsky, and Rodrigo.

"Peter Grimes", Second Niece, The Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center

March 21st, 2009 to April 6th, 2009 |8pm and 2pm

Washington, DC USA

Conducted by Ilan Volkov, directed by Paul Curran.

Stotsenberg Recital Series, Raitt Hall, with Tomasz Lis, piano

January 11th, 2009 |2 pm

Malibu, CA USA

Solo recital on the Stotsenberg Recital Series at Pepperdine University in conjunction with Songfest. Tomasz Lis, piano.

"Ainadamar", Nuria, Orchestra of Saint Luke's, Carnegie Hall

December 7th, 2008 |3 pm

New York, NY USA

The Orchestra of Saint Luke's conducted by Robert Spano will perform Osvaldo Golijov's opera "Ainadamar" at Carnegie Hall. Guest soloists include Dawn Upshaw as Margarita, Kelley O'Connor as Lorca, and Emily Albrink as Nuria.

"Carmen", Frasquita, The Washington National Opera, Kennedy Center

November 8th, 2008 to November 19th, 2008 |8pm and 2pm

Washington, DC USA

Bizet's Carmen starring Denyce Graves, conducted by Julius Rudel, directed by David Gately.

"La Traviata", Annina, The Washington National Opera, Young Artist Performance, Kennedy Center

October 6th, 2008 |8pm

Washington, DC USA

Annina in La Traviata by Verdi, conducted by Placido Domingo.

Ravinia Festival Steans Institute

July 26th, 2008 to August 20th, 2008

Chicago, IL USA

I have been selected to be one of 15 young artists in the Steans Institute at the Ravinia Festival. Recital dates include: August 1, 5, 14, 15, and 19.

Book of Uncommon Prayer by John Musto, Songfest, Pepperdine University

June 6th, 2008 |7pm

Malibu, CA USA

Meet the Composer Gala honoring Dawn Upshaw, "Oh Yemanja" by Tania Leon

May 28th, 2008 |8pm

New York, NY USA

Ms. Albrink was asked to sing at a gala given by Meet the Composer, honoring Dawn Upshaw for her amazing dedication to new music. Emily will sing "Oh Yemanja", an aria that Ms. Upshaw recorded on her CD, "The World So Wide".

"Ainadamar", Phoenix Symphony, Symphony Hall

May 23rd, 2008 to May 24th, 2008 |8 pm

Phoenix, AZ USA

Ms. Albrink will be singing the role of Nuria in Ainadamar opposite Dawn Upshaw as Margarita Xirgu with the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra conducted by Michael Christie.

"Orpheus and Euridice" by Ricky Ian Gordon, enCANTA Collective, St George's Chapel

May 18th, 2008 |8 pm

New York, NY USA

Now in its 5th season, enCANTA Collective (previously Music at St. Georges) is a New York-based ensemble dedicated to performing innovative programs featuring vocal chamber music. The ensemble presents a series of three concerts each year exploring music from all eras and cultures for voices and instruments.

"The Space Between", New Music New York, Christ at St. Stephen's Church

April 22nd, 2008 |8 pm

New York, NY USA

Wendell Berry is an agrarian poet, essayist and novelist who has inherited the traditions of Emerson and Thoreau. This one-time NYU faculty member left New York City to farm the countryside in Port Royal, Kentucky. He is embraced politically by both the left and right as a prophet. This intimate concert features Soprano Emily Albrink, Tenor Steven Ebel, Pianist Wilson Southerland, Cellist Malina Rauschenfels and Violinist Mitchell Johnson

This concert includes musical settings of his words by Ben Yarmolinsky, Scott Gendel, Forrest Pierce, and world-premiere cycles by Steven Ebel and William George

Boccherini Stabat Mater, Bourbon Baroque, St Francis in the Fields

April 12th, 2008 |7:30 pm

Louisville, KY USA

"What Makes it Great?" with Rob Kapilow, Stanford Lively Arts

April 2nd, 2008 |8 pm

Palo Alto, CA USA

In a fascinating program exploring German art song, composer, conductor, and radio commentator Rob Kapilow examines how the great 18th- and 19th-century composers Schumann, Schubert, and Wolf all interpreted the same profoundly expressive poem, “Kennst du das Land" by Goethe. Looking at word painting and text setting, Kapilow, with soprano, Emily Albrink, and pianist on hand, takes us through the music with his enthusiastic blend of revealing demonstrations and witty commentary.

Solo Recital with pianist, Angelina Gadeliya, Gheens Great Expectations Series, Bomhard Theater, Kentucky Center for the Arts

March 7th, 2008 |8 pm

Louisville, KY USA

As part of the Gheens Foundation Great Expectation Series, Ms. Albrink will be making her recital debut at the Kentucky Center for the Arts, Bomhard Theater. She will also be giving masterclasses at local area schools during a week residency.

"Ainadamar", Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Hall

February 8th, 2008 |8 pm

Chicago, IL USA

Ms. Albrink will be singing Nuria in Ainadamar with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

Mahler's Symphony no. 4, New Jersey Youth Symphony

December 16th, 2007 |8 pm

NJ USA

Ms. Albrink will join the New Jersey Youth Symphony singing Mahler's Fourth Symphony conducted by Ankush Kumar Bahl.

"Messiah" by Handel, Meridian Vocal Consort, Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, Trinity Church

November 30th, 2007 to December 1st, 2007

Indianapolis, IN USA

Ms. Albrink will join the Meridian Vocal Consort and the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Michael Messina, as the soprano soloist in Handel's Messiah.

"Messiah" (Part One) by Handel, Clarendon United Methodist Church

November 25th, 2007 |7 pm

Washington, DC

For 35 years, Dr. J. Reilly Lewis has provided a bi-annual community Messiah sing-along at Christmas and Easter. This is believed to be one of the first and longest running Messiah-Sings presenting the complete oratorio in the DC area. On November 25, 2007, Dr. Lewis will lead full orchestra, harpsichord, organ,guest soloists, and the audience in Part One of George Frideric Handel's Messiah.

"Shakespeare in Song: Britain and America", The Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts

November 10th, 2007 |3pm

New York, NY USA

Under the direction of Paul Sperry, Ms. Albrink will be joined by three other singers presenting songs by Argento, Beach, Finzi, Hundley, Morley, Quilter, and others

"Confiding" by David Leisner, Greenwich Music House

November 1st, 2007 |8pm

New York, NY USA

Soprano Emily Albrink and the iO Quartet (Christina McGann and Wayne Lee, violins, Elizabeth Weisser, viola, and Chris Gross, cello) join guitarist/composer David Leisner for the opening concert of North River Music's 22nd season. Leisner and his special guest artists perform a mini-retrospective of Leisner's music, working backwards from the most recent compositions for guitar and string quartet in various combinations to a half-hour song cycle from the mid-1980's, set to women's poems.

The evening's program is set to include two world premieres: Labyrinths for solo guitar (2007) and Bloom for string quartet (2005), as well as the New York premiere of Vision of Orpheus for guitar and string quartet (2000), and, Confiding for soprano and guitar (1985-86).

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"Ainadamar", Opera Boston, Cutler Majestic Theater

October 19th, 2007 to October 23rd, 2007 |8 pm

Boston , MA USA

Ms. Albrink will be covering the role of Nuria and singing one of the Women in Ainadamar with Opera Boston

"The Magic Flute", Indianapolis Opera, Clowes Hall

September 28th, 2007 to September 30th, 2007 |8 pm and 2pm

Indianapolis, IN USA

Ms. Albrink will be singing the role of Second Lady in The Magic Flute with Indianapolis Opera, conducted by James Caraher.

Cosi fan Tutte, Tanglewood Music Center, Tanglewood Theater

August 11th, 2007 to August 13th, 2007 |8pm

Lenox, MA USA

Maestro James Levine conducts the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra and vocal fellows in Cosi fan Tutte by W.A Mozart. Ms. Albrink sings the role of Despina.

"Ainadamar", Colorado Music Festival, Chautauqua Auditorium

July 19th, 2007 to July 20th, 2007 |8pm

Boulder, CO USA

Michael Christie conducts this "flamenco opera" in one act. Composed by Osvaldo Golijov, Ainadamar is sung in Spanish with English subtitles. Ms. Albrink sings the role of Nuria with Jessica Rivera as Margarita Xirgu and Kelley O'Connor as Federico Garcia Lorca.