Seattle Office of Film + Music


WATERSHED OPERA PRESENTS: OPERA AND SCIENCE
March 16, 2011, 1:12 pm
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Watershed Opera
Wallingford’s Chapel Space at the Good Shepard Center transforms into a Salon, where intellectuals and artists of all ages meet to explore acoustical science and opera. Experience “surround sound” as world-class opera singers surround the audience to demonstrate how opera sound waves feel. Try out the Harmonic Scalpel, which runs on sound waves, during the interactive, hands-on demonstration. Critically acclaimed Dramatic Soprano, Jane Schvick, and tenor, Juan Carlos Flores, from New York City are flying in the event. Adrian Oh, Korean baritone, and San Francisco mezzo, Jordan McClellan join select local singers in this all-star cast. Soprano, Jordan Corbin Wentworth takes her voice, and the audience, into the stratosphere. Watershed Opera’s unique exposition comes in the form of humor, ad-libs, skits and narration and one feels gently placed into heart of each opera scene presented. On the bill for Opera and Science: powerful scenes from Tosca, La Boheme, Rigoletto and Rosenkavalier plus a new opera skit: Three Mozart Divas Meet in a Parallel Universe for Tea. Attendees are encouraged to arrive right at 6:30 PM for the interactive demonstration of the Harmonic Scalpel. There will be one intermission, and cupcakes, coffee, beverages and snacks will be available. Tickets are $10 in advance, click on the link above to get yours and learn more about the Opera and Science show.

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