Adrienne Danrich with

St. John’s Music Director, Matt Greer

on Monday Morning Music

June 7, 2021  |  9AM MDT  |  11AM EDT


Adrienne Danrich with

 OPERA America’s New Works Forum 2021

Part 3: Summer Meeting | Forum Session: Let Us Be 
New Works Forum is the pre-eminent national convening dedicated to improving the quality and quantity of new American opera.
Tuesday, June 8, 11:00 a.m. ‒ 1:00 p.m. EDT
Register Here The Summer Meeting of the New Works Forum is open to OPERA America members and non-members with registration ranging from $5-$40

Music as the Message 


Sunday, June 13th, 4pm EDT


Adrienne invites us into her home for the fourth, and final, episode of Music as the Message, entitled SING TOGETHER, CHILDREN!


Through an array of multi-genre songs, poems, and hymns, as well as personal remembrances from special guest, Rose-Marie Bell (89yo), we will celebrate the sorrow, the joy, and the accomplishments of African Americans. Held in honor of Juneteenth, we will learn about the history of the holiday from creator and host Adrienne Danrich, her Music as the Message choir, and a cast of talented guest artists. The Zoom-based live and interactive concert will also feature a newly-commissioned arrangement by Nkeiru Okoye, focusing on the healing power of kindness.

For this Music as the Message episode, AOP is giving 50% of all donations raised on June 13th to Friends of the Children New York and Music Kitchen, two nonprofits empowering and uplifting youth and those in homeless shelters, through mentorship relationships and music therapy.




Adrienne Danrich, Soprano returns for Al Fresco Arias | June 17 & 18! An OLD fan favorite, Adrienne first thrilled Delaware audiences in 2015 with THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE, her Emmy Award–winning program chronicling the ground-breaking careers of opera icons Marian Anderson and Leontyne Price. In 2019, she wowed Wilmington audiences again in DEAD MAN WALKING—the Broad Street Review raved: “OperaDelaware packs its production with riveting performances… Singing [Sister] Helen’s counselor and friend Sister Rose, Danrich is striking vocally and dramatically polished.”
For AL FRESCO ARIAS, expect to hear Adrienne perform powerhouse favorites from TURANDOT, TANNHÄUSER, and more including “Breathe”, a powerful original song she co-wrote with composer Drew Hemenger “dedicated to All Black Lives, LGBTQ and People of Color who we have lost due to systemic racism, hatred and fear.”
Only a few open pods remain for both June performances—secure your tickets today:

  Adrienne is thrilled to be back with Baltimore for a series of performances with the Baltimore County Public Library system, June 21st and June 22nd!
More info coming soon.

View Adrienne’s Resumé