2019-2020 SINGER AUDITIONS

We are auditioning singers who identify their voice as countertenor, tenor and baritone for roles in our 2019-2020 Season and for spots on our roster for consideration in future seasons on Thursday, August 15, 2019, 10AM-1PM and Friday, August 16, 2019, 5PM-9PM at First Parish in Brookline, 382 Walnut St, Brookline, MA 02445. All singers who are selected for an audition must be available for Parts 1 in its entirety.

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Boston Classical reviews "Emergence"

“Playing without a conductor, the chamber ensemble wove an accompaniment that was both sensitive and energetic. Though only a glimpse into McLoskey’s opera, Thursday’s performance made a strong case for a work that will be heard in full next season.” — Boston Classical Review

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Feature in The Eagle Tribune for "Emergence: A Haverhill Experience"

Check out this great preview for our upcoming show on May 30 in The Eagle Tribune! This performance is the second-ever on our Emergence Series where we showcase our operas in development. This Emergence performance features The Captivity of Hannah Duston by Grammy award winning composer Lansing McLoskey and New York Times Bestseller librettist Glen Nelson.

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Rumpelstiltskin Preview in The New Yorker!

Our upcoming May 17 NYC Premiere was featured in The New Yorker’s Goings On About Town :

“The feisty independent Boston company Guerilla Opera has built an oversized home-town profile by presenting a steady stream of offbeat commissioned works in resourceful, unfailingly imaginative productions.

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Rumpelstiltskin Opens with Free Dress Rehearsal!

As part of our mission to engage new audiences, we made Rumpelstiltskin available for FREE in our open dress rehearsal on Thursday, March 14. Attendees were treated to a run of the full show with a reception afterwards where we all discussed the opera. It was great to see so many new faces!

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Guerilla appoints new Artistic Directors!

Our board of directors has appointed Aliana de la Guardia and Julia Noulin-Mérat as co-artistic directors! They have been working together to produce the experimental company’s world premiere operas and productions since 2009. Together, now they will serve as the faces of the company.

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RAVE review of Emergence I in Boston Classical Review!

“Guerilla Opera’s singers and musicians returned listeners to the dark and delightfully weird sound worlds that have become a hallmark of the company’s shows. A short scene from Mischa Salkind-Pearl’s A Dead Body, which will make its full world premiere in 2020, revealed that those sounds should remain powerful expressive tools in operas to come.” (Boston Classical Review)

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