1. 'Your Call...' 2015

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    Trailer for 'Your Call...' to premiere as a part of the Tête à Tête Festival of New Opera. Performances 8 - 9 August, King's Place, London, featuring Mezzo Sopranos Hai-Ting Chinn, Lisa j. Coates and hundreds of synthetic voices. Music, Text, Stage Direction by Kevin Jones Choreography by Joy Kellman A presentation of Leaky Boat Productions

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    • Excerpts from 'Your Call...' Part 1 by Kevin Jones. Featuring Lisa J. Coates

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      One woman vs. hundreds of synthetic voices on her phone. What could possibly go wrong? This is the comically surreal world of 'Your Call...' where the synthetic voices know more than they should and won't stop talking and singing about it. Recorded live, August 7, 2014 at King's Place,London. Presented as a part of the Tete-a-Tete Festival of new opera.

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      • October ravine (ravens & radishes)

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        October ravine (ravens & radishes) Music by George Heathco Lyrics by Misha Penton ravens & radishes is a five movement operatic song cycle composed by George Heathco, setting the re-imagined fairytale poetry of soprano, Misha Penton Misha Penton, soprano George Heathco, electric guitar Daniel Saenz, cello Meg Brooker, dancer and choreographer Artistic Director, Misha Penton A Divergence Vocal Theater Production mishapenton.com georgeheathcomusic.com divergencevocaltheater.org

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        • UMW: an opera Trailer 2015

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          Under Milk Wood: an opera recorded at Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea. Composer John Metcalf, Based on Dylan Thomas' work Under Milk Wood. Excerpts from the World Premiere April 2014. With: Elizabeth Donovan, Karina Lucas, Gweneth Ann Jeffries, Helen-Jane Howells, Parmela Attariwala, Paul Carey Jones, Eammon Mulhall, Richard Morris, Wyn Davies, Paul Stoneman, Deian Rowlands, Jose Zalba Smith, and Michael Douglas Jones. Stage Director, Keith Turnbull; Music Director, Wyn Davies; Foley Director, Paula Danckert; Set/Costume Design, Simon Banham; Lighting Design, John Bishop; Sound Design, Mike Beer; Video Design, Ethan Forde; Production Manager, Ceri James; Company Stage Manager, Richard Balshaw; Deputy Stage Manager, Victoria Eames; Assistant Stage Manager, Claire Roberts; Production Build, Andrew Knight Wyn Fellowes; Wardrobe, Danial Thatcher. Co-produced by Taliesin Arts Centre, Sybil Crouch and Stella Patrick, Wales; Le Chien qui chante, Keith Turnbull, Montréal, Companion Star, Michael Douglas Jones,New York in association with Welsh National Opera. Video filmed and edited by Simon Clode Films. All Rights Reserved © 2015

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          • Aria for Honoria, from Act I of Aetius

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            Honoria accepts a life of solitude. Soprano: Michelle Trovato Composer: Matthew Pittsinger Libretto: Craig Sturgis after Metastasio's "Ezio" Animation Created with: Moviestorm

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            • Paola Prestini: Following Her Vision

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              Paola Prestini combines wild imagination and controlled practicality on an almost molecular level—it’s as if both are fused together in her DNA. In a conversation with Frank J. Oteri and filmed by Molly Sheridan, Prestini explains how she balances all her activities. Whether she’s talking about her own multimedia operas or VisionIntoArt, the interdisciplinary arts production company she co-founded 15 years ago, she tends to think big but she always manages to make it happen. To read the entire transcript of the conversation, visit NewMusicBox: http://www.newmusicbox.org/articles/paola-prestini-following-her-vision.

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              • Ambrose's Opening to "The Art of Memory"

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                386, ACE. Ambrose, Bishop of Milan—trapped in his Basilica, surrounded by soldiers of the Roman army, who represent the Emperor and what, to Ambrose, is a monstrous heresy. Augustine, successful advocate of Milan—in an agony of spiritual uncertainty, hating himself for his attachment to sex, human love and status. Their paths will cross, illuminating a hidden, transformative understanding. The past is gone – the future is not yet – and now is all there is. This is how Ambrose opens the opera.

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                • Recitative and Aria from my opera "Aetius"

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                  The scene is set inside the Senate house in the ancient Roman forum. Varus, the praetorian of the honor guard announces to Caesar and the senate the arrival of Aetius, for a military triumph. Music, animation, direction: Matthew Pittsinger Librettist: Craig Sturgis Costumes and custom oration gestures: Chris Ollis Digital voices: Vocaloid 3, Yamaha [Prima, Tonio] Real voice: Tom Forde (Caesar) Orchestral sound production: East West Symphonic Orchestra, Platinum plus Composition/Notation DAW: Sibelius 7.5 Music rendering: Reaper Animation engine: Moviestorm 1.6.4 Post animation production suite: Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014

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                  • Excerpts from 'Your Call...' Part 1, featuring Lisa J. Coates and a gaggle of synthetic voices

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                    www.yourcallopera.com, https://www.facebook.com/yourcallopera, https://twitter.com/yourcallopera One woman perpetually plugged into a digital world that is unraveling as she listens. This is the comically surreal world of ‘Your Call…’ a music/theater work that uses technology to explore the rocky terrain of our relationship to that technology and the ways in which it is an ever more intimate – sometimes intrusive presence in our lives. Presented as a part of the Tete-a-Tete Opera Festival. Recorded Aug 7, 2014, King's Place London. If you'd like to make a tax deductible donation to help us continue this work please go to http://bit.ly/1CjCqkV www.yourcallopera.com

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                    • Excerpt from "The Days Between", original opera by Ben Kutner

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                      Excerpt from composer and librettist Ben Kutner's original opera, "The Days Between." Singers: Jesse Weil and Brian Moore. Premiere production: Direction by Zach Rufa Music direction/conducting by Ben Kutner Loosed basely on the events of the Arab Spring, "The Days Between" follows four national figures in a non-existent country who must navigate the power vacuum left in the wake of a dictator's death. Drawing on Ben Kutner's degrees in music and international relations, "The Days Between" is a musical examination of political power. Visit www.benkutner.com for more information about composer Ben Kutner Music, content, audio recording and video recording copyright Ben Kutner 2014.

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