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Host and ensemble pianist Tae Kim sits down with Tláloc Lopez-Watermann to chat about the role of "light" in the 2013 world premiere Guerilla opera Giver of Light.  Visit guerillaopera.org/podcast for more.

Host and ensemble pianist Tae Kim sits down with Nicholas O’Leary to chat about the role of a stage director, the making of Chrononhotonthologos, as well as his interesting and varies interactive theater games and projects that are right on the horizon! Visit guerillaopera.org/podcast for a full transcription.

Ensemble pianist Tae Kim sits down with Aliana de la Guardia & Julia Noulin-Mérat, Co-Artistic Directors of Guerilla Opera to unpack Dreamwalker and chat about the Guerilla Underground and other upcoming events and artistic content!

Ensemble pianist Tae Kim sits down with composer and librettist Caroline Louise Miller to chat about her upcoming collaboration, a live performance AND short film of “Ofelia’s Life Dream”, with Guerilla Opera and Laine Rettmer!

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Ensemble pianist Tae Kim sits down with composer and librettist Curtis K Hughes to reminise about Let’s Make a Sandwich, Say It Ain’t So, Joe!, and what he’s working on during COVID-19!

Ensemble pianist Tae Kim sits down with Theater Artist, Writer, Director, Animator Deniz Khateri to talk about her work in shadow puppetry, libretto writing inspired by Iranian women!

Ensemble pianist Tae Kim sits down with composer Hannah Lash to talk about her opera "Beowulf." They talk libretto, instrumentation, piano reduction and more!

Ensemble pianist Tae Kim sits down with Julia Noulin-Mérat and Aliana de la Guardia, Guerilla Opera’s Co-Artistic Directors about what’s new with Guerilla Opera since COVID-19, how the pandemic has affected their programming, and what plans are for the future of the company.

In June Guerilla Opera will revisit one of our favorite productions, the Heart of a Dog 2010 revival production directed by Copeland Woodruff. In anticipation of our watch party, ensemble pianist Tae Kim interviews composer Rudolf Rojahn and percussionist Mike Williams, both co-founding artists and former co-artistic directors of Guerilla Opera.

Heart of a Dog was the first opera written for Guerilla Opera, premiered in 2007. The creative and innovative 2010 production took Guerilla Opera to the next level and put us on the map as not only a musically exceptional group, but also theatrically adventurous.

Aliana de la Guardia hosts and narrates this program presented by Guerilla Opera's All Stars. In celebration of National Poetry Month we’re featuring a selection of poetry and music paired together from Songs of Innocence by William Blake and from 44 Duets for Two Violins by Béla Bartók played by our ensemble member Lilit Hartunian.  Learn more at https://www.guerillaopera.org/all-stars. Transcripts (English/Spanish)

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