Nabe Diva Marjorie Leake will be singing the role of Chrysothemis in ELEKTRA with One World Symphony on Sunday, January 25th at 4pm.
Leake is married to Nabe Jazzman Eric Loffswold who recently appeared with Danny Aiello on WPIX-TV.
Ticket information after the jump.
Ansche Chesed Synagogue
251 West 100th Street
(Corner of West End Ave)
General Admission $40
Seniors & Students $30
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Performed with 80 piece symphony orchestra
Sung in German with English Supertitles
Leake has performed in a wide variety of musical mediums throughout the United States and abroad. Among the opera companies with which she has performed are the Central City Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, The New Orleans Opera Association, Ash Lawn-Highland Summer Festival, Cincinnati Opera and the Zürich Opera. While a member of the International Opera Center in Zürich, she appeared in concert throughout Switzerland and Germany and sang the roles of Fidalma in Il Matrimonio Segreto and The Owl in The Cunning Little Vixen. In addition to her duties with the Opera Center, she performed as a soloist with the Zürich Bach Chor. As a resident artist with the Cincinnati Opera, Marjorie sang the roles of The Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors and Mercedes in Carmen. With New York’s Henry Street Opera, Marjorie sang the role of Nedda in I Pagliacci. More recently, she performed the title role in Suor Angelica with New Jersey’s Garden State Opera. As a concert soloist, Marjorie has appeared with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra in performances of Mozart’s Great Mass in C Minor as well as Bernstein’s Songfest. Leake has been presented in recital in lower Manhattan at St. Paul’s Chapel as part of the Trinity Noonday Concerts. Roles in the genre of musical theatre include Kate/Lilli Vanessi in Kiss Me Kate and Charlotte in A Little Night Music. A native of New Orleans, she is a graduate of Tulane University and received her Masters degree from The New England Conservatory of Music. Marjorie’s current operatic repertoire includes Strauss: Ariadne and Kaiserin, Wagner: Sieglinde, Elisabeth, Elsa and Senta, and Puccini: Tosca and Minnie. [One World Symphony website]