The Lighthouse Opera Company, Inc. will feature a "Distant Flute" for
the post-COVID era. There will be a performance of highlights from the show,
which will be shown in full later in 2020-2021 once it is safe to do so.
Robert Feng will be covering the role of Sarastro, the all-knowing priest.
Robert Ellsworth Feng joins /kor/ Productions in their completely virtual, livestream
production of Don Giovanni as the ever-vengeful Il Commendatore. The show
will be streamed in parts from November 10-13 as a serial thriller experience.
Barn Opera's Joshua Collier, Nicholas Tocci, & David Sawicki present the world's first Social Distance Opera Company. During a time of crisis, doubt, and anxiety for everyone, SDO is keeping the music alive to uplift us. Set in 1920’s New York, Street Scene is Kurt Weill’s operatic treatment of the Elmer Rice story of the same name of love, death, and life in a crowded apartment building. Street Scene is an American operatic masterwork with additional poetry by Langston Hughes
Christman Opera presents an all virtual and all new series: Voices Rising Voices.
Robert Feng will be joining their roster this year and will collaborate with composers Gladys-Smuckler Moskowitz and Faye Ellen Silverman. The works will be an aria from the opera The Fountain of Youth and a three part song cycle called "To Love?" respectively.
Join Penny Prince's original musical based off of the children's book "Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet," in association with Lehman College. Penny Prince will present an online performance in September, 2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis. Robert Ellsworth Feng will perform the role of King Ta.
Having Guests for Dinner is a micro-opera for the Internet with music by Nicholas Bentz and libretto by Robert Feng. It follows a young couple, Marcus and Laura, who are invited to a friend of a friend’s house for dinner. When they arrive, they meet their odd host, Christoph. Something seems off – their friends Scott and Andrew never arrive, and Christoph’s demeanor betrays that perhaps there’s more on the menu than just beef and lamb...
Robert Ellsworth Feng (bass) and Taylor-Alexis DuPont (mezzo-soprano) will present a crash course in opera history, detailing its inception to the present day and exploring the limits of what opera can be and what it can do. An interview with both artists will follow shortly after. This initiative was started by Tony Small with the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington to educate, uplift, and inspire children across the country during these uncertain times.