Norma Jeane Baker of Troy
A partly spoken, partly sung performance piece based on the ancient Greek tragedy of Helen by Euripides, commissioned from the poet, essayist, and scholar Anne Carson, written for actor Ben Whishaw and soprano Renée Fleming, staged by director Katie Mitchell, with music by composer Paul Clark.
New York City
The Sandler Center Foundation and Virginia Arts Festival welcome Renée Fleming back to Hampton Roads for a recital with pianist Gerald Martin Moore
The Sandler Center
Virginia Beach, VA
State Theatre New Jersey
New Brunswick, NJ
Staller Center for the Arts
Stony Brook, NY
Renée joins Andris Nelsons and the BSO in the gorgeous and touching final scene from Richard Strauss's opera Capriccio. The opera's opening Sextet for Strings and luminous Moonlight Music will precede the vocal scene. On the second half is the composer's Also sprach Zarathustra.
An all-Strauss program of vocal splendor and orchestral thrills, featuring Also sprach Zarathustra, familiar everywhere from the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, and music from Capriccio: the passionate string sextet opening and the rapturous final scene monologue, one of Strauss’s finest soprano showpieces.
New York City
25th Anniversary Concert & Gala
Join Lyric Opera of Chicago as we celebrate Renée Fleming’s extraordinary contributions to opera over the last 25 years, along with the Lyric Orchestra, a starry cast of friends, and a Gala at The Ritz-Carlton following the performance!
Lyric Opera House
The Light in the Piazza
The London premiere of the hit Broadway musical The Light in the Piazza, starring four-time Grammy winner and Tony nominee Renée Fleming and film and television star Dove Cameron making their London musical theater debuts, directed by multiple Olivier Award winner Daniel Evans. The new production features ‘the most intensely romantic score of any musical since West Side Story’ (The New York Times) performed by Opera North’s 40-piece symphony orchestra.
Royal Festival Hall
Renée Fleming makes her Santa Fe Opera debut with The Santa Fe Opera Orchestra and Music Director Harry Bicket, performing Kevin Puts’ Letters From Georgia and Richard Strauss’ Vier letzte Lieder
The Crosby Theatre
Santa Fe, NM