AUSTIN OPERA PRESENTS
WITH TIMOTHY MYERS
THE (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS
Wednesday, January 19 at 7:00 p.m. | Online
Hosted by Sarah and Ernest Butler Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor Timothy Myers, join Austin Opera for Conductor Cues: The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs.
Conductor Cues (formerly known as the Opera Preview at Chez Zee) is an engaging, exploratory program created by Timothy Myers, featuring special guest stars, live performances, and insights inspired by one of Austin Opera’s upcoming productions.
This program will feature the Grammy-award-winning composer of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, Mason Bates.
Doors open at 6:30, event is from 7:00-8:00 p.m.
THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN MOVED ONLINE DUE TO THE RECENT SURGE IN COVID CASES.
RSVP FOR FREE HERE
Please note: At the moment, a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours or voluntary proof of full vaccination presented at the event is currently required to attend Austin Opera activities. We also require masks when not actively eating or drinking. For complete COVID-19 attendance protocols, including any future updates, click here.
- Date: Wednesday, January 19
- Time: 7:00 p.m.
- Website: https://austinopera.org/event/conductor-cues-rsjobs/
- Cost: FREE
- Phone: 5125274739
- Name: Austin Opera
Originally founded in May 1986 as Austin Lyric Opera, the city’s first professional opera company, Austin Opera has become a cultural touchstone for the fine arts community in the Central Texas region and has gained national acclaim as a producer of great opera. Co-founders Joseph McClain and the late Dr. Walter Ducloux envisioned a dynamic company that would enrich, entertain, and educate the community. In January 1987, the sold-out inaugural production of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” debuted to rave reviews. “One could not hope for a more polished first showing,” praised an Austin critic.
Austin Opera is committed to producing and promoting outstanding opera that will entertain, enrich and educate the central Texas community. Austin Opera is a cultural destination for the community that delivers an extraordinary experience; a creative environment that challenges the misconceptions of the art form; enables lifelong learning, and celebrates the diversity that makes Austin unique.
A consistently excellent program selection fused with major international artists, directors, and designers has won acclaim for the company locally, nationally and internationally. Austin Opera productions consistently garner praise for production value, vocal artistry, and set design. Internationally known singers such as Carol Vaness, Greer Grimsley, Lyubov Petrova, Stephen Costello, Lise Lindstrom, and Sandra Piques Eddy have all graced the opera stage and delighted Austin audiences.
Austin Opera is committed to maintaining the highest standards of artistic integrity. Works from previous seasons include Jake Heggie’s “Dead Man Walking,” Mozart’s “The Magic Flute,” Rodriguez’s “La Curandera,” Puccini’s “La Bohème,” Verdi’s “La Traviata,” and Puccini’s “Turandot.” The artistry and musical excellence for which Austin Opera is known continues in the company’s performance home, The Joe R. and Teresa Long Center for the Performing Arts and its acoustically noteworthy Dell Hall.