"Best Female Voice"

Princess Zara in Utopia Limited

International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival

Harrogate, England

August 17, 7:30pm



Summer Roses VI: Shakespeare's Musical Legacy

Saturday, July 16  5pm


Join world-renowned violinist Junko Ohtsu, acclaimed soprano Sarah Moulton Faux and piano virtuoso Michael Fennelly in a concert commemorating the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare's death.  Works by Schubert, Korngold, Verdi, Gounod, Vaughan Williams and Kurt Weill celebrate The Bard's lasting musical legacy.  Special guests include actors from "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)."


$40 General Admission

FREE ADMISSION for Children Under 14

Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY


Phyllis in Iolanthe

The Blue Hill Troupe

Friday, April 8, 8pm

Sunday, April 10, 3pm

Saturday, April 16, 2pm


El Museo del Barrio


Adina in L'Elisir d'Amore

Amore Opera


Friday, March 11 -- 7:30PM

Friday, March 18 -- 7:30PM


The Sheen Center

18 Bleecker Street, NYC




Director - Hansel & Gretel


Amore Opera

December 29, 30 - January 1,2 


The Sheen Center

18 Bleecker Street



Valencienne in The Merry Widow


Regina Opera Company of Brooklyn

Saturday, November 21, 3pm

Sunday, November 29, 3pm






Crescendo Chorus & Period Instrument Orchestra


"The Argentinian-Italian Bach" Domenico Zipoli

Thursday, October 15, 7:30pm

St. Bartholomew's Church, Park Avenue, NYC


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"The Stars Align"


Amore Opera Gala

Sunday, September 27, 2:00pm

The Sheen Center

18 Bleecker Street, NYC







Summer Roses V: An Evening in Paris

Saturday, July 18  5pm


Enter the musical salons of late 19th Century Paris with world renowned violinist Junko Ohtsu, acclaimed soprano Sarah Moulton Faux and piano virtuoso Wei-En Hsu performing the works of Chopin, Vieuxtemps, Massenet, Gluck, Alabieff, and Pauline Viardot.

Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY


Zerlina in Don Giovanni

Amore Opera


Saturday, May 9 7:30PM

Sunday, May 17  2:30PM

Friday, May 22 7:30PM


The Connelly Theater

220 East 4th Street (b/w Avs A & B)


The Christmas Oratorio by Heinrich Schutz

December 6, 7 PM & December 7, 4 PM

Musica Nuova and The Weckmann Project are pleased to present the Christmas Oratorio (Weihnachtshistorie) by Heinrich Schütz, the first New York performance of this Baroque masterwork in over a decade.
Jeffrey Grossman of The Sebastians will lead an esteemed ensemble including Parthenia: A Consort of Viols for two performances in the historic Zion German Evangelical Lutheran Church in Brooklyn Heights.

Under the stage direction of Walker Lewis, the singers of Musica Nuova will dramatize the Christmas story with staging and movement that brings out the coziness, intimacy, theatre, and unexpected humor of the timeless tale.
Reserved seats enjoy the best views and acoustics in the church. Families with young children are encouraged to come to our afternoon concert on December 7.

Tickets for December 6 -- 7PM

Tickets for December 7 -- 4PM

Zion German Evangelical Lutheran Church

125 Henry Street

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Bel Canto Gems

Sunday, November 23  7:30PM


Music by Meyerbeer, early Verdi, Rossini, Donizetti, Bellini, Thomas and Adam will be explored! Scenes from: Anna Bolena, Maria Stuarda, I Capuletti et i Montecchi, La Sonnambula, Le Caid, Le Toreador, Il Pirata, Norma, and Otello by Rossini are just a few of the gems being explored here.

Sarah will sing opposite mezzo-soprano Hayden Dewitt in Romeo and Juliet's love duet from I Capuletti et I Montecchi and opposite tenor Jon Thomas Olson in 'Son geloso del zeffiro errante' from La Sonnambula. 

Holy Trinity Church

213 West 82nd Street




The Tyranny of Love: Baroque Italian Opera Arias & Duets

Tuesday, October 21  6:30PM


A selection of some of the greatest love duets of the times, including "Io t'abbraccio" from Handel's "Rodelinda" and "Caro bella" from Handel's "Cesare." You will also hear the famous aria "Lascia ch'io pianga" and Babell's harpsichord transcription of "Vo' far guerra" - both from Handel's "Rinaldo" and solos and duets from operas by J.A. Hasse, R. Broschi and A. Scarlatti.

This concert will benefit Crescendo's music programs. Audience members may purchase tickets to a reception with the artists at a private residence immediately following the concert.

Nicholas Tamagna - Countertenor
Sarah Moulton Faux - Soprano
Christine Gevert - Harpsichord


St Bartholomew's Church

325 Park Avenue, NYC

Watch the Trailer for Tyranny of Love -



The Tyranny of Love: Baroque Italian Opera Arias and Duets

Saturday, August 23, 6:30pm



Summer Roses IV: Songs & Stories

Saturday, June 28, 2014 -- 5-6pm

A Concert of Opera, Dance and Film Music to Benefit the Southampton Cultural Center

Sarah Moulton Faux, Soprano     Junko Ohtsu, Violin      Wei-En Hsu, Piano

Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY

Tickets: $40 General Admission, $20 Children under 14 - Tickets Available at the Door


Gilda in Rigoletto

Regina Opera Company of Brooklyn

Saturday, May 17 - 3pm & Sunday, May 25 - 3pm



Peter Hakjoon Kim as Rigoletto



Rose Maybud - Ruddigore

The Blue Hill Troupe

April 4, 8:00pm; April 6, 3:00pm; April 10, 7:30pm; April 12 2:00pm

El Teatro of El Museo del Barrio

1230 Fifth Avenue (Between 104th & 105th Street)


William Remmers as Robin Oakapple & Richard Miller as Richard Dauntless


Annchen - Der Freischutz

Utopia Opera

March 21, 7:30 PM




Ida K. Lang Recital Hall, Hunter College





Wednesday, October 16, 7:30pm AND Sunday, October 20, 7:30pm

Sarah sings Papagena in the American Premiere of The Magic Flute II: Das Labyrinth with Amore Opera

When we last saw Pamina and Tamino, the happy couple was about to marry with Sarastro's blessing witnessed by the birdlike couple Papageno and Papagena - en route to matrimonial bliss of their own.  In this 1798 sequel to the Magic Flute, by the same original librettist, Emanuel Shikaneder and music by Peter von Winter, the vengeful Queen of the Night combines forces with King Tipheus to wage war on Sarastro's army and prevent Tamino's marriage to Pamina.  Papageno is reunited with his parents and much younger siblings, a tribe of 'kleine Papagenos and Papagenas' played by the Amore Opera Children's Chorus.  Meanwhile, Sarastro's banished slave, Monostatos disguises himself to pursue Papagena and make her his bride.  Will temptation in the guise of Venus and Cupid divide Tamino and Pamina? Will Papageno be lured away by a new lizard love? Or will Sarastro's diplomacy and a magic glockenspiel triumph over all?


The Connelly Theater

220 East 4th Street, between Avenues A & B



Saturday, August 17, 2013 - 7:30pm

Opera Madness: Greatest Performances with Long Island Opera Company at the Diliberto Winery, Jamesport, Long Island

An evening of extraordinary performance featuring the gems and showpieces of opera's greatest works.  The riveting music of opera combined with the technique and artistry of the highly skilled singer is sure to create a breathtaking and unforgettable evening.

Tickets in advance $35, $40 at the door; Online:; Phone: 631-722-3416

Diliberto Winery 260 Manor Lane, Jamesport, NY 11947

Pre-Show wine and pizza available for purchase 6pm-7:30pm

Post-Performance Meet & Greet the cast champagne reception.


David Guzman, Tenor & Kara Cornell, Mezzo-Soprano


Summer Roses III

Sunday, August 4, 2013 - 3:00pm

A Concert of Classical and Romantic Music for Voice and Violin to Benefit the Southampton Animal Shelter.

Sarah Moulton Faux - Soprano   Junko Ohtsu - Violin   Wei-En Hsu - Piano

Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY

General Admission $40      Children 14 & Under $20

Ten dollars of every ticket sold goes to benefit the Southampton Animal Shelter.

Tax-deductible receipts at the door.

Reception to follow to Meet & Greet the Artists.