The Dwarf, a comic opera Gala and performance
@ the Blue Building, 222 East 46th Street, NYC.
Thursday November 21, 8:00 pm
Saturday November 23, 8:00 pm
Directed by Doug Fitch
Performed by Vertical Player Repertory
Conducted by Peter Szep
3WEEKS at Congregation Beth Elohim.
Musical meditation and text study for Tisha Be'av With Heather Green, Greg Purnhagen, Yegor Shevtsov and Ruby Namdar.
When: July 11th, 2013 7:30 PM
Where: Congregation Beth Elohim, the Sanctuary, 274 Garfield Place, Brooklyn
THE DWARF returns to VPR!
A Comic Opera by Yoav Gal
Full production in November 2013, Details forthcoming
Thursday, June 20th at 8:00 pm / Saturday, June 22 at 4:00 pm,
Location: Behind the Door, 219 Court Street, Brooklyn
SPHINX, coming to HERE Culturemart, Jan. 28/29
a small feminine creature, is facing a mighty hero who fails to solve her riddle. She seduces, suffocates,and then devours the hero’s remains in a new opera, which threaten to explode the genre.
Concert-staging premiere of 3WEEKS slated for Sept. 29 & 30 at the Theater at the 14th Street Y.
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Three Weeks on Q2, presented by City Opera as part of VOX 2011
Thank you Robert, Susan, Judith, Heather, Cherry, Jon, Ian, Garth and Beth.
VENUS in FURS, the CD, with Heather Green and Aram Tchobaninan, available from CD Baby.
Ha'Gola - Tel Aviv, solo piano for Gila Goldstein, premiere at "Music at Meyer," Temple Emanu-El, 2 Lake Street, San Francisco, April 14, 2008
Venus in Furs @ the Berkshire Fringe, August 2-5, 2007
Coldness and Cruelty, Venus in Furs With Ha-Yang Kim @ HERE Arts Center, May 24, 25
Venus in Furs, showcase at Makor, as part of Metropoly marathon. January 28, 2007 at Makor
the CD: Bit by Bit, Cell by Cell, is out on Innova. Click on image to purchase, read reviews below.
party at EYEBEAM, NYC, October 5, 2006, to celebrate the release of Bit by Bit, Cell by Cell. Food, drink, and a performance of the WOA Band. FREE!!
REVIEW - Bit `
by Bit, Cell by Cell: Yoav
Gal & Yael Kanarek Bit By Bit, Cell By Cell (Innova) Like clusters of
angels caught in various beams of light and held suspended as their songs
bleed through to our world. Actually this is a "postmodern opera", and
features a performance of the opening track Portal as a Quicktime movie
in addition to the eleven songs. The musical backing and interludes are
all performed on an Atari 800XL. Soprano Sarah Rivkin's voice is sometimes
layered into choirs of operatic/angelic voices. The Atari 800XL sections
have a thick antiquated/timeless quality, sometimes almost sounding like
a seriously deranged harpsichord. Quite lovely, listenable, and beautifully
packaged as well.
Dream Magazine #7