Director Timothy Nelson discusses his adaptation of Gluck's ORPHÉE & EURYDICE with translator, Andrew Albin and cast members Paula Sides and Benjamin Williamson.
Poetry translator and scholar, Dr. Anna Deeny Morales and poetry scholar Nelcy Avila discuss IN Series' long running Gabriela Mistral Youth Poetry contest.
Attucks Adams walking tours and historian Timothy Wright gives an historical walking tour of Washington DC's Shaw neighborhood, U Street Corridor, and Black Broadway.
Come groove along with Duke’s jazz piano and join amazing performers, as they discover how a local hero influenced the Harlem Renaissance, helped shape the cultural history of Washington D.C., and became an international star.
Based on the original play by Mattias Kraemer.
Wes "Ellington" Felton
Frank Conlon / piano
Steve Walker / percussion
Ephriam Wolfolk / bass
Mezzo soprano Elizabeth Mondragon and composer David Sisco discuss their longtime collaboration and friendship.
Songs Of The Fisherman composer, Timothy Nelson, and librettist, poet, and scholar Andrew Albin discuss their work.
The Cast of IN Series' 2019 production of Handel's Tale Of Serse (directed by Timothy Nelson) performs the finale of the work, paired with poetry by Rumi, and accompanied by the Tehran Symphony Orchestra in an international collaboration.
Soprano and activist Noelle McMurtry discusses her curation of IN Series' Women's Composer Festival
Taken from IN Series' 2020 "Voices In Solidarity" Concert - Jarrod Lee performs a selection from Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun, followed by Nigel Rowe singing Strange Fruit
A conversation on GENDER and OPERA explores the depiction of women in 19th century opera and how the ritual portrayal of women in the operas of Puccini and his contemporaries informs the role of women as artistic leaders in the opera industry today. Corinne Hayes, Assistant Stage Director at Washington National Opera, Soprano Maribeth Diggle, and Anne Midgette, Classical Music Critic for The Washington Post form the panel.
Aconversation on RACE and OPERA nter around race, colonialism, and orientalism in opera, and how it informs casting, concepting, and the full in inclusion of people of color in the opera industry today. Brittani McNeill, Colin Michael Brush, Artistic Administrator of Washington National Opera, and Dr. Lester Green, Artistic Director of CAAPA - Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts
Soprano Noelle McMurtry (Polyxo in Here Be Sirens) discusses the production and process with Stage Director, Brian J. Shaw
A series of INformal conversations with Artistic Director, Timothy Nelson and other luminaries from the Arts & Humanities. Join them as they discuss their particular disciplines and how they intersect with opera, art, and our everyday lives. Season one includes conversations with Fatemeh Keshavarz-Karamustafa, director of the Roshan Institute of Persian Studies, Anne Midgette, former head classical music critic of the Washington Post, and the creators of OPERAWIRE, David and Francisco Salazar, and more!
Don't forget to join us in the INcircle Lounge before the premiere at 4:30 PM!
You can join in the conversation by accessing the INcircle Lounge from our Lobby.