To achieve great things, two things are needed;
a plan, and not quite enough time.

Leonard Bernstein

SCHEDULE

Jul 21, 2018
Putnam Valley, NY
8:30PM

CABARET: Views from the Left

Three Arrows Co-operative

2 Rochdale Rd., Putnam Valley, NY 10579

Naomi and Brent Funderburk explore the music of Bernstein and left-leaning composers in a special cabaret evening for the Three Arrows Co-operative.
Dec 06, 2018
New York City, USA
9PM

CABARET: The Cheater’s Almanac

Neue Galerie

Museum for German and Austrian Art, 1048 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10028

Naomi and Brent return to the Neue Galerie for their fourth season to reprise their sold-out program THE CHEATER'S ALMANAC. An electrifying cabaret about infidelity, love, lust, and crimes of passion, featuring such firm favorites as How could we be wrong and I'm Unlucky at Gambling by Cole Porter, Je ne t'aime pas by Kurt Weill, and You Can Have Him by Irving Berlin, the program swings in subject matter from the naughty to the murderous to the sublime.
Feb 08, 09, 10, 2019
Columbus, OH

OPERA: The Flood

Opera Columbus

55 East State Street, Columbus, OH 43215

Naomi plays the role of Anna in a new opera THE FLOOD with music by Korine Fujiwara and libretto by Stephen Wadsworth.  The story is based on historical events and concerns a flood that devastated the town of Columbus, Ohio, in 1913.  The opera will be conducted by Steven Osgood and directed by Stephen Wadsworth.
Apr 03, 05, 07, 14, 2019
Omaha, USA
7:30PM/2PM

OPERA: Les Enfants Terribles

Opera Omaha

1850 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68102, USA

Naomi returns to Opera Omaha in the role of Dargelos/Agathe for the Philip Glass dance-opera Les Enfants Terribles, based on the work by Jean Cocteau. This sizzling score will be brought to life by director James Darrah in a site-specific venue during the ONE Festival, and conducted by David Bloom. Cast includes singers Vanessa Becerra, Theo Hoffman and Adrian Kramer.
BROWSE BY DATE

With raw power and focus, O’Connell
made the twisted Lady Macbeth loom large
in the intimate setting of the concert hall.

Boston Classical Review, 2013