Ruston Ropac

mezzo-soprano

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Performed by mezzo-soprano Ruston Ropac. Nhớ con was written for mezzo-soprano Ruston Ropac, with both text and music by the composer, Nhat Nguyen. The piece is heavily inspired by the sound world and techniques of Ca trù, a genre of traditional Vietnamese vocal music.

My Conscience is Showing! part 1 (world premiere; composed by Ruston Ropac, Performed by Ruston Ropac at the Manhattan School of Music on May 5th, 2017. MCiS! is a dynamic, comedic work in which one singer plays three roles, rapidly switching between the vocal styles and techniques that distinguish each character.

My Conscience is Showing! (2016-17) Performed by Ruston Ropac at the Manhattan School of Music on May 5th, 2017. MCiS! is a dynamic, comedic work in which one singer plays three roles, rapidly switching between the vocal styles and techniques that distinguish each character.

Ruston Ropac, mezzo-soprano / Lena Vidulich, viola

Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea - Act II, scenes 12-13 Poppea: "Or che Seneca è morto" (Júlia Coelho) Arnalta: "Oblivion soave" (Ruston Ropac) Amore: "Dorme, l'incauta dorme" Joanna Malaszczyk

Ekmeles performs ICEBERG New Music call for scores winner Donna McKevitt's "Translucence," live at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music in New York City. April 9, 2019. From the composer: Translucence comes from a chamber song cycle of the same name - settings of the late Derek Jarman's poetry, scored for female trio, countertenor and mezzo soprano soloists, and viola and cello.