The breathtaking opera by John Corigliano and Mark Adamo combines the stories 'The Bacchae' and 'Dracula'
Mei-Ann Chen conducts the NY premiere of Adamo's concerto, featuring soloist Jeffrey Zeigler
This concert seeks to raise significant funds to benefit Ukrainian charities
Opera Holland Park Announces UK Premiere of Little Women
Chicago Opera Theater Announces Performances of 'Becoming Santa Claus'
The New Century Chamber Orchestra will give the world premiere in San Francisco on November 4-7
Mark Adamo and John Corigliano reveal their inspiration and creative process behind "The Lord of Cries."
This will be the first film made of Adamo's opera "Lysistrata," set to premiere in October 31, 2021.
“Mr. Adamo, who also wrote the libretto, invents characters and conflicts and makes the story a richer human drama…”
“...Little Women is a carefully structured, sophisticated score that finds a workable balance between 12-tone techniques -- many of the major recurring themes are built from tone rows -- and unabashed lyricism.”
Italian/American composer and librettist Mark Adamo has just enjoyed the UK premiere of his opera, “Little Women” at Opera Holland Park. Although written in 1998, it has taken 24 years to be performed on British soil and was warmly received throughout.
The piece was world premiered with the New Century Chamber Orchestra and cellist Jeffrey Zeigler
‘Becoming Santa Claus’ composer aims to entertain both children and adults, Pixar style.
Through a haunting musical dialogue with Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons,” Adamo asks us to consider what it means for something baked so deeply into our evolutionary subconscious to be permanently altered.
In “The Lord of Cries,” the composer has boldly returned to a form that he set aside in the early nineties.
From Page-To-Stage looks at the creative forces involved with bringing to life the Santa Fe Opera’s world premiere of "The Lord of Cries." In this episode, John Corigliano and Mark Adamo reveal their inspiration and creative process.
Interview about collaborating with John Corgliano, writing the libretto, the premiere of “The Lord of Cries” at the Santa Fe Opera.
The composers discuss drawing on Dracula and The Bacchae for The Lord of Cries — and collaborating as a married couple
Best known for his acclaimed operatic adaptations of Little Women and Lysistrata, Adamo's latest is Becoming Santa Claus, a family-friendly Christmas work produced by Dallas Opera.