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HOT—A Grand Night for Singing with Jill & Jake Gardner

Posted by Julie in Hawai‘i Opera Theatre, News

Join Hawai‘i Opera Theatre for A Grand Night For Singing, featuring Jake & Jill Gardner with singers from the Mae Z. Orvis Opera Studios! Jake & Jill will be in Hawai‘i conducting masterclasses with studio members leading up to this concert. To RSVP, contact Hawai‘i Opera Theatre at (808)596-7372 or see details on HOT’s Facebook page. Jill Gardner most recently starred with HOT as Stella in André Previn’s A Streetcar Named Desire in January, 2017. To learn more about the HOT Mae Z. Orvis Opera Studio, visit: https://www.hawaiiopera.org/education-o…/orvis-opera-studio/ We hope to see you there!

BREAKING NEWS!

Posted by Julie in News, Opera San Antonio

Jake Gardner joins the cast of Opera San Antonio’s production of The Barber of Seville as Dr. Bartolo. May 6, 2017   7:30 PM May 7, 2017   2:30 PM H-E-B Performance Hall, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts For details and tickets, please visit Opera San Antonio’s website…

Jake Gardner Performs 100th Role with Virginia Opera

Posted by Julie in News, Virginia Opera

“…Gardner, who first appeared with Virginia Opera in “La Traviata” during the company’s premiere season in 1975, will perform his 100th professional role in the German work, and since he is performing two characters, he is performing his 101st role as well. He will sing the character of the Hermit, and portray Samiel, which is a speaking role…” Read the full article by April Phillips on The Virginian-Pilot’s website…

Anchorage Opera’s 55th Anniversary Opera Extravaganza

Posted by Julie in Anchorage Opera, News

Join us for this milestone commemoration as Anchorage Opera pulls out all the stops to mark its 55th Anniversary. You’ll witness some of Opera’s Greatest Hits performed by renowned Guest Soloists, including international stars and dynamic husband and wife duo, Jake and Jill Gardner, powerhouse tenor, Dinyar Vania and rising mezzo soprano star, Sandra Piques Eddy, along with other guests and talented Local Artists. Starring the Anchorage Opera Chorus, Orchestra, special guests the Alaska Dance Theatre and more surprises! For more details, visit Anchorage Opera’s website… Performance Dates: Friday, April 7 @ 8:00 PM – Discovery Theatre in the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts Saturday, April 8 @ 8:00 PM – Discovery Theatre in the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts Sunday, April 9 @ 4:00 PM – Discovery Theatre in the…

Anchorage Opera—Master Class with the Stars

Posted by Julie in Anchorage Opera, Master Class, News

Before you marvel at international stars, Jake & Jill Gardner, onstage for Anchorage Opera’s 55th Anniversary Opera Extravaganza get to know them, and see them in ‘behind-the-scenes’ action as they share their expertise with talented local singers! You won’t want to miss this unique event as the dynamic husband and wife duo present a Master Class with talented local singers chosen to perform and work with our world class artists to improve their technique and artistry. You’ll witness these young talents blossom before your eyes as our incomparable team share their knowledge and help them hone their vocal and stage craft. Part concert…part workshop…all fun! Visit Anchorage Opera’s website for details and tickets…

Two of a Kind—Jill and Jake Gardner

Posted by Julie in News, Piedmont Opera

The opera powerhouse couple, Jill and Jake Gardner, who live in Kernersville, have performed the opera together all over the country. They will reprise their starring roles in an upcoming performance of TOSCA with Winston-Salem’s Piedmont Opera. “…Jill and Jake Gardner have graced the stages of opera houses throughout the world, including previous performances of “Tosca.” In a fortunate twist of fate, the husband and wife reside in Kernersville, just a stone’s throw from where they will reprise their roles as Tosca and Scarpia. “The Piedmont Opera is my home,” says Jill, adding that the first opera she ever saw was “Carmen” at Reynolds Auditorium. “Working here is the greatest delight, because we…

Team Gardner in “Happy Birthday Wanda June”

Posted by Julie in Indianapolis Opera, News

Team Gardner, perform in Indianapolis Opera’s premiere of HAPPY BIRTHDAY WANDA JUNE: “The cast knew what they had to do, and seemed fully invested in the show both dramatically and vocally. Jake Gardner maintained stunning bravado with the right hints of vulnerability as Harold Ryan.” “A crucial aspect of the action comes from the world beyond, a heaven that clearly was also beyond Vonnegut’s capacity for belief. It’s a paradise of bland pleasures flecked with the occasional harmless disaster, such as the tornado that the third Mrs. Ryan (given a fine tipsy lilt by Jill Gardner) tells us about.” Read the full review at Jay Harvey Upstage…

Indy Opera Presents Happy Birthday Wanda June!

Posted by Julie in Indianapolis Opera, News

Happy Birthday Wanda June began life as a play by Kurt Vonnegut in October 1971 at New York’s Theater de Lys. The play was Vonnegut’s first attempt at a stage work. Written to protest the Vietnam War in 1970, the play blends the sacred and the profane to produce off-the-wall and strangely funny satires. Wanda’s plot is based loosely on the Greek legends of Odysseus and Penelope—it involves the unexpected return of a mercenary career solider/hunter named Harold Ryan and his wife, Penelope. When Harold left Penelope, she was a ditzy carhop; when he returns after eight years lost in the Amazon, he finds that she has gone to college, majored in…