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Central City Opera Podcast


The Central City Opera Podcast introduces you to the movers and shakers of the Central City Opera Festival. Episodes feature interviews with principal and young artists, designers, directors, conductors, and other production staff.  The podcast is hosted and edited by Emily Murdock, Director of Education at Central City Opera.

Season Six features the productions of the 2021 Summer Festival: Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel, Verdi's Rigoletto, and Purcell's Dido and Aeneas. Make sure you're subscribed on your podcast app of choice to get the latest episodes delivered directly to your device.

To find out more about Central City Opera, visit centralcityopera.org.

Aug 2, 2016

Week Five - Getting to Know You (Better)

Michael Wingfield is the “man-behind-the-curtain,” the Technical Director at Central City Opera. On this episode, he tells us the details of being a Technical Director, the challenges of working in a historic building, and how a show is put together from design plans to putting it on the stage. He also shares where he’s from, how he got into his field, and how he loves being part of the larger tradition of storytelling on stage. Mike is also a very talented visual artist and a set designer in his own right, and his background as an art assistant for famous artist Robert Rauschenberg and education in architecture led him to his work in opera.

Have questions or want to provide feedback? Email us at podcast@centralcityopera.org. Remember to subscribe to our podcast to get the latest episodes delivered directly to your device. To hear more stories from inside Central City Opera and buy tickets to the shows, visit us at www.centralcityopera.org.