Ronnie Reshef’s music has been described by the press as “Vivid, elegant… …smart, and gorgeous” (Houston Chronicle). Reshef’s work spans from classical music to Off-Broadway musicals, concentrating on opera and theater. Recent seasons include engagements with the America Opera Projects, Opera Vista Texas, the Israeli Chamber Project, the Qube Quartet, NY Midtown Theater Festival, the Living Theatre, the Juilliard Theatre Department, Berlin International Film Festival, Parnu Film Festival (Grand Prize), Doc-Aviv Festival, and many more. 2013-2014 season includes a premiere of a new piece for the Qube String Quartet, an NYC orchestral premiere, and engagements with Atlanta Opera, Fort-Worth Opera, Thompson Street Opera, Yaddo retreat, and more.
LISTEN: Something to Live For (Opera)
Samuel McCoy, Conductor; Elizabeth Carlson, Director; Jeanne-Minette Cilliers, Pianist; Rachel Arky, Lead Mezzo. Ensemble: Aine Hakamatsuka, Alexandra Fees, Alexandra Filipe, Alexis Rodda, Blake Friedman, Emma Perlwitz, Isaac Grier, Kelvin Chan, Mark Nimar, Perri Sussman, Ry-An White, Quentin Lee. Live performance, April 2013, JCC Manhattan. Sound recording by Dustin Cicero; Video footage and edit by www.nokaproductions.com