The Met’s delightful Baroque fantasy returns after its critically acclaimed world-premiere run in 2011–12, bringing together the music of Handel, Vivaldi, Rameau, Purcell, and other composers, set to a brilliant new English libretto inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
NEW YORK, THE METROPOLITAN OPERA
FEBRUARY 26, MARCH 1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 20
Daniels returns to the role of Lichas in the Canadian Opera Company's Production of Hercules.
The ancient Greek tragedian Sophocles was also a war general who knew first-hand the devastating psychological traumas that imperilled returning veterans. With Hercules - Handel's take on Sophocles' play - Sellars creates a healing work in which the untold horrors of war and unspoken complication of reunion find their voice.
TORONTO, CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY
APRIL 5, 11, 15, 19, 24, 27, 30
ATLANTA, HYATT REGENCY
Artist in Residence
ATLANTA, GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY
MAY 26 - JUNE 15
Disguises and cross-dressing reveal deep truths about the human heart in Handel's brilliantly entertaining comedy about Queen Partenope of Naples and her three royal suitors, which features on of his greatest scores. In his Olivier Award-winning production, director Christopher Alden moves the action to 1920s Paris, and the results are never less than riveting.
SAN FRANCISCO, SAN FRANCISCO OPERA
OCTOBER 15, 18, 21, 24, 30, NOVEMBER 2
College-Conservatory of Music
UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI, CINCINNATI
NOVEMBER 4 - 12
The American Classical Orchestra's first-ever performance Johann Sebastian Bach's towering masterpiece, featuring world-renowned soloists and the acclaimed ACO Chorus. One night only!
NEW YORK, ALICE TULLY HALL, LINCOLN CENTER
Daniels joins Ann Arbor Symphony at his alma mater for two exciting performances! The holiday season in Ann Arbor is never officially underway until Händel's Messiah is performed at Hill Auditorium. An eagerly anticipated holiday season tradition, these performances are ultimately the heart and soul of UMS, dating back to the organization's founding and first concerts in the 1879-1880 season.
ANN ARBOR, HILL AUDITORIUM
DECEMBER 6, 7
Daniels joins the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra and Cathedral Schola of the Cathedral of St. Philip to provide a rare opportunity to hear the Dublin version of Händel's Messiah, in all of its unabridged glory.
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. PHILIP EPISCOPAL CHURCH
ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Legendarily flamboyant Oscar Wilde was the toast of the literary world-until a scandalous love affair with Lord Alfred Douglas ruined his reputation and devastated his private life. For one of history's greatest wits, it was a dark counterpoint to a life earmarked by fearless humor and equally intrepid passion.
PHILADELPHIA, OPERA PHILADELPHIA
FEBRUARY 6, 8, 11, 13, 15
HOUSTON, TX, WORTHAM THEATER CENTER
Composer Thomas Adès captures Shakespeare's literary masterpiece in this co-prodction with the Metropolitan Opera and L'Opéra de Québec. In collaboration with Ex Machina.
VIENNA, WIENER STAATSOPER (debut)
JUNE 14, 18, 21, 24, 27
OCTOBER 12, 16, 18 (revival)
EDINBURGH, UK, THE QUEEN'S HALL
AUSTIN, TX, BATES RECITAL HALL
MOSCOW, BOLSHOI THEATRE
DECEMBER 13, 15, 17, 19 (debut)
AMSTERDAM, CONCERTGEBOUW HALL
MARCH 18, 20