Concert at The National Opera Center.

Juliette's Waltz "Je veux vivre" from Romeo and Juliet by Charles Gounod. Pianist Gerald Martin Moore. 

Duet from Kismet " Strangers in Paradise" Tenor Brett Sprague and Pianist Gerald Martin Moore

"VEAL" by Harrison Atelier. World premiere and performance at "The Invisible Dog"  In this performance/design work by Harrison Atelier, five installations in the main gallery of the Invisible Dog Art Center trace the life-cycle of the industrial animal, revealing, through designed objects, original music and choreography, the inhumane presumption at the core of a vast economy hidden from public view. VEAL highlights the ethical and environmental consequences of industrialized animal slaughter. New York Times Review:

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/11/arts/dance/veal-by-harrison-atelier-at-invisible-dog-center.html?_r=0

  Interview about Opera for Unconditional Magazine. Photo by: Alexandra NatafText and Interview by: Nicholas Goodman     "I THINK THAT’S WHAT NEW YORK DOES TO YOU. IT FORCES YOU TO FIND OUT WHO YOU ARE. IF YOU’RE NOT HEALTHY YOU’LL FIND IT OUT AND YOU MIGHT NOT MAKE IT. BUT IF YOU’RE STRONG, IF YOU’RE ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE THAT IS WILLING TO GET KICKED DOWN AND COME BACK THE NEXT DAY YOU’LL SUCCEED"     www.unconditionalmagazine.com/julie-reumert/     

Interview about Opera for Unconditional Magazine. Photo by: Alexandra NatafText and Interview by: Nicholas Goodman

"I THINK THAT’S WHAT NEW YORK DOES TO YOU. IT FORCES YOU TO FIND OUT WHO YOU ARE. IF YOU’RE NOT HEALTHY YOU’LL FIND IT OUT AND YOU MIGHT NOT MAKE IT. BUT IF YOU’RE STRONG, IF YOU’RE ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE THAT IS WILLING TO GET KICKED DOWN AND COME BACK THE NEXT DAY YOU’LL SUCCEED"

www.unconditionalmagazine.com/julie-reumert/