The Prince von Pappenschmear

CamerataWorks, New Camerata Opera’s in-house film studio, is proud to present the made for YouTube opera short “The Prince von Pappenschmear”. Composed by Peter Engelbert, with a libretto by Adam Laten Willson, chapter one of this trilogy will make its much anticipated premiere in spring 2017. The work was scored for NCO soloists, clarinet, violin, cello and piano. Set in Nazi era Germany, the story follows an exciting undercurrent of women’s liberation in an historic Jewish gynecologist’s office. These contrasting elements create an intriguing mix of absurd farce and surrealist imagery. “The Prince von Pappenschmear” is CamerataWorks' inaugural production.

 

The Ives Project

CamerataWorks is incredibly proud to present 9 film adaptations of Charles Ives' songs, directed by Paul Ashey, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Derek Box, with world-renowned Ives scholar Neely Bruce at the piano. 

"Songs My Mother Taught Me"

music: Charles Ives text: Adolf Heyduk Directed by Paul Ashey Mezzo-soprano: Julia Tang Piano: Neely Bruce Isabella Marriott Daughter Angelina Marriott Mother Sarah Morgan Partygoer #1 Victor Khodadad Partygoer #2 Stan Lacy Partygoer #3 Paul Ashey Partygoer #4 Erik Bagger Drunk Uncle

"Memories"

music: Charles Ives text: Charles Ives (Used by permission of Peer International Corporation, publisher and copyright holder.) directed by Paul Ashey baritone: Stan Lacy piano: Neely Bruce Stan Lacy Businessman Alex Murray Co-worker #1 Nathan J.

"My Lou Jennine"

music: Charles Ives text: Anonymous (Used by permission of Theodore Presser Company/ Carl Fischer Music, publisher and copyright holder.)