Marshall Miles Interviews Hai-Ting Chinn, SCIENCE FAIR, An Opera with Experiments, Oct 26 at Hudson Hall, Hudson NY

An Opera With Experiments!

Hai-Ting Chinn Mezzo Soprana

A solo opera “Science Fair: An Opera with Experiments”

Oct 26, 2019 7:00pm

Hudson Hall
327 Warren St.
Hudson NY 12534

Place & TimeHudson Hall327 Warren St.
Hudson NY 12534 USAOctober 26, 20197:00 PMProgram

<p><strong>Hai-Ting Chinn and Erika Switzer. </strong>Photo by Kate Milford</p>
Photo by Kate Milford

<>Hai-Ting Chinn and Erika Switz

In our final concert of the 2019 season mezzo-soprano Hai-Ting Chinn with Erika Switzer, piano and music direction, performs a solo opera “Science Fair: An Opera with Experiments” that includes arias, fun costumes and real live scientific experiments!

SCIENCE FAIR is an opera singer’s love-song to science. Conceived and performed by mezzo-soprano Hai-Ting Chinn, Science Fair uses physical demonstrations and experiments, a libretto created from the words of scientists, and original music to illuminate our current understanding of the natural world. Celebrating curiosities like the formation of our solar system, the structure of the atom, and the ancient legacy of DNA, Science Fairpairs light-hearted humor with luscious operatic vocals to uplift the ordinary into the realm of wonder.

SCIENCE FAIR is also the culmination of a multi-year residency at HERE Arts Center in New York City. This fully-staged, theatrical presentation presents lyrics by well-known scientists and writers, including an astronomer, a chemist, a particle physicist, a Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer, and a middle school science teacher. The performance includes live demonstrations of basic scientific concepts that shape our understanding of the world, familiar classroom experiments elucidated and illuminated, slideshows with illustrations by comic artist Maki Naro, and even a wearable model of the solar system.


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