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  • Tristan und Isolde - Isolde Project 1 - San Francisco

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    Claude Heater Foundation presented Tristan und Isolde Concert Version on August 26, 2018, for the first time as Company's inaugural event.
    With only 1 Orchestra rehearsal, all soloists debuting the role on the stage for the first time including Conductor.

    Tristan und Isolde, August 26, 2018, at San Francisco Performing Art Herbst Theatre, San Francisco

    Conductor - Jonathan Khuner
    Tristan - Roy Cornelius Smith
    Isolde  - Juyeon Song
    Brangäne - Tamara Gallo
    Kurwenal - Geoffry Di Giorgio
    Melot, Young Sailor  -Alex Boyer
    King mark Philip Skinner 

    Rick Bogart Ching Chang Michael Mendelssohn Khris Sanchez Peter Tedeschi, Michael Grammer Richard Mix, J.T. Williams
    (with Philip Skinner and Alex Boyer)

    VIOLIN 1 
    Natasha Makhijani (concertmistress) Vivian Warkentin Dan Flanagan Julie Kim Brian Lee Michael Grossman Jory Fankuchen Gabrielle Wunsch Ilana Thomas Matthew Vincent 
    VIOLIN 2 
    Hrabba Atladdottir Rochelle Nguyen Candy Sanderson Cybele D’ambrosio Josie Fath Baker Peeples Katie Button Valerie Tisdel 
    Tiantian Lan Betsy London Meg Titchener Ilana Matfis Stephanie Ng 
    Eric Sung Leighton Fong Beth Vandervennet Michael Graham Miriam Perkoff 
    BASSPat McCarthy Michel Taddei Alden Cohen 
    FLUTE Tod Brody Jenny Hunt Amy Likar 
    PICCOLO Amy Likar 
    OBOE Robin May Denis Harper 
    ENGLISH HORN Laura Reynolds 
    CLARINET Bill Kalinkos Art Austin 
    BASS CLARIENT Peter Josheff 
    Jarratt Rossini Marko Bajzer Shawn Jones 
    FRENCH HORN Meredith Brown Alicia Telford Katie Dennis Alex Camphouse 
    TRUMPET     Bill Harvey Lenny Ott John Freeman 
    TROMBONE Bruce Chrisp Tom Hornig Kurt Patzner 
    TUBA Scott Choate 
    TIMPANI Kevin Neuhoff 
    PERCUSSION    Tim Dent 
    HARP     Meredith Clark 

    “Done with vigor, sensitivity and vocal stamina. With conductor Jonathan Khuner leading a vivid rendition, and soprano Juyeon Song and tenor Roy Cornelius Smith blazing forth in the title roles, this was an entirely unexpected delight. There was no denying the integrity and power of this Tristan.” – Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle

    “A wonderful event. The Claude Heater Foundation has made a promising, daring, welcome entrance.” – Janos Gereben, San Francisco Classical Voice

    Best of the year 2018 in Classical Music “One of the great musical surprises of the year was a concert performance of Wagner’s masterpiece of forbidden love, given Aug. 26 in Herbst Theatre. This is a piece that can challenge even established opera companies, and to hear it done this well by representatives of the Claude Heater Foundation – with soprano Juyeon Song and tenor Roy Cornelius Smith in the title roles led by conductor Jonathan Khuner – defied reasonable expectations.” – Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle
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