Bates and Campbell’s The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs

2022thu03feb7:30 pmBates and Campbell’s The (R)evolution of Steve JobsPresented by Austin OperaDue to warnings about the incoming ice storm from regional authorities and the National Weather Service, the Thursday 2/3 performance of Austin Opera’s "The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs" is canceled. At their earliest convenience, Thursday ticket holders should contact Austin Opera by phone or email (listed below) with their choice of performance to be reseated in comparable seats for one of the remaining two performances: Saturday 2/5 at 7:30 P.M. or Sunday 2/6 at 2:30 P.M.7:30 pm

Time

(Thursday) 7:30 pm

Location

Dell Hall

701 W. Riverside Dr.

Event Details

Due to warnings about the incoming ice storm from regional authorities and the National Weather Service, the Thursday 2/3 performance of Austin Opera’s “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs” is canceled. At their earliest convenience, Thursday ticket holders should contact Austin Opera by phone or email (listed below) with their choice of performance to be reseated in comparable seats for one of the remaining two performances: Saturday 2/5 at 7:30 P.M. or Sunday 2/6 at 2:30 P.M.

The season continues at the Long Center in February 2022 with the Texas premiere of The
(R)evolution of Steve Jobs, a new take on the life of Apple pioneer Steve Jobs, featuring the innovative music of Mason Bates and the stirring libretto of Mark Campbell. The recording of the original Santa Fe Opera cast won the 2018 Grammy Award for Best Opera Recording. According to Seattle Weekly, “Mason Bates’s score is unfailingly inventive and often gorgeous…”

Making their Austin Opera debuts are baritone John Moore, returning to the title role for which he won wide acclaim at Seattle Opera; Sarah Larsen as Laurene Powell Jobs and Bille Bruley
as Steve Wozniak, both in their role debuts; and Wei Wu, an original member of the Grammy Award-winning cast, who returns to the role of spiritual advisor Kōbun Chino Otogawa. Rounding out the principal cast in the role of Chrisann Brennan is Madison Leonard, who returns to Austin following her triumphant debut as Gilda in 2019’s Rigoletto.

It seems fitting that this groundbreaking new co-production created by Austin Opera, Atlanta Opera, and Lyric Opera of Kansas City will premiere in Austin, Texas, a city simultaneously known as “Silicon Hills” and the “Live Music Capital of the World.” Tomer Zvulun, creator of Austin Opera’s award-winning production of Silent Night, returns to direct. The Austin Opera Orchestra and Chorus will be led by Timothy Myers, the Sarah and Ernest Butler Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor.

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What To Expect

  • This is an indoor event.
  • All patrons, regardless of age, require a ticket to attend the performance.
  • Prohibited items include but are not limited to: Outside food or drinks, weapons of any kind including pocket knives, Professional cameras (cameras with detachable lenses), Video cameras, illegal or illicit items of any kind, tents, vending of any kind and soliciting of any kind.
  • Animals and pets are not permitted except for properly identified service animals.

Questions? Email Austin Opera’s Box Office. You can also call them at (512) 472-5992 and get your questions answered right away.

Health Guidelines for this Event

Masks Required
Event Area Sanitized
Other Health Guidelines Printed or digital copy of a negative COVID-19 test result obtained within 72 hours (3 days) of the event for all patrons aged 12 and older OR voluntary printed or digital proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (with final vaccine dated at least 14 days prior to the event) required for entry. Face masks are required throughout the venue, but may be removed while actively eating or drinking.

Accessibility

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