Lembit Beecher's music is "hauntingly lovely and deeply personal."—San Francisco Chronicle
Frederica von Stade is "one of America's finest artists and singers."—The New York Times
Is there any grace in forgetting? Don’t miss the next new work brought to life at Opera Philadelphia, one of “the most creative and ambitious companies in this country” (The New York Times). This new chamber opera finds fleeting beauty in memory loss through an unflinching yet uplifting exploration of living with Alzheimer’s disease. Frederica von Stade and Marietta Simpson embody this fantastical world premiere from composer Lembit Beecher and librettist Hannah Moscovitch.
Aurora productions in the Perelman Theater are underwritten, in part, by the Wyncote Foundation at the recommendation of Frederick R. Haas, and Mr. Allen D. Black and Mr. Randolph R. Apgar.
Additional production support received by the Allen R. and Judy Brick Freedman Venture Fund for New Opera.
The Composer in Residence Program is made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon foundation