A review of the weekend’s Mostly Mozart Festival concert featuring George Benjamin’s chamber opera ‘Into The Little Hill,’ by the New York Times noted “the agile soprano Hila Plitmann brought radiant sound, even during passages of sky-high vocal writing, to the Stranger and the Minister’s Child.” Read the full review
Hila will join the International Contemporary Ensemble for a performance of George Benjamin’s chamber opera ‘Into The Little Hill’ this evening as part of the Mostly Mozart Festival at New York’s Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center. For ticket information, visit the MMF website.
Hila will be going into the studio tomorrow to record Xiaogang Ye’s Symphony No. 3 “Chu”, with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by José Serebrier.
Featuring works by emerging composers, the LA Phil’s Green Umbrella series has been described as “stimulating” by the LA Times, hailing Cerrone’s song cycle ‘The Pieces That Fall to Earth,’ as “the evening’s hit” while further noting “Hila Plitmann who memorized the songs and acted them out with a compellingly dramatic punch, intensified by amplification.” Read full review
As part of this year’s festival, Hila will be performing ‘Into The Little Hill’ with composer/conductor George Benjamin and the International Contemporary Ensemble at the Lincoln Center, NY on August 16th. mostlymozart.org