Upcoming

July 2018 Directing Il Matrimonio Segreto for Mendocino Music festival April 2018

Boundless Playground: Creativity and the Meditative Mind

Seminar Led by:

Nina Rolle and Erin Neff

April 27–29, 2018

https://www.shambhalamountain.org/program/mc418-boundless-playground-creativity-meditative-mind/

January 2018

Directing the original work by Marcus Shelby for Opera Parallele at the Buriel Clay Theatre at the African American Cultural […]

October Performances

October 30th, 2011

World Premier of Allan Shearer’s new opera “Dodo and Celia” based on the novel “Middlemarch” by George Elliot libretto by Claudia Stevens as part of the Sonic Harvest festival.

October 22nd, 2011

Blueprint concert with Ensemble Parallele

8 pm San Francisco Conservatory

New Works!

Hear Erin singing the role of Dorothea in Allan Shearer’s World Premiere of ‘Dodo and Celia’ based on the novel Middlemarch by George Eliot. Long time Bay Area composer Allan Shearer, sets his sights on the classic novel by George Eliot. If you saw Erin in his previous work, The Dawn Makers, you will equally […]

Telluride Chamber Music Festival

Featured soloist at the Annual Festival in Telluride, Erin does her best to sing at 10,000 feet.

2010 Festival she brought her critically acclaimed cabaret concert showcasing musical masterpieces from the golden age of Cabaret in Germany.

2011 Festival was a Parisian afternoon, performing the works of the French ‘Chanson’ tradition from the “Belle Epoque” […]

The Annual Mendocino Festival

Erin returned to Mendocino for the 4th consecutive season to sing Mozart’s C minor Mass with Allan Pollack and the Festival Orchestra.

2008- Degenerate Music. Cabaret Music from Germany deemed ‘Degenerate’ by the Nazi’s.

2009- Music in Captivity with Susan Waterfall. Masterpieces from Terezin.

2010- Aaron Copland’s Emily Dickenson Songs

2011- Mozart’s C minor Mass

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Faust

Erin Neff is “…an arresting Siébel” in Festival Opera’s magically musical ‘Faust’ !

August 8th-16th, 2009

Festival Opera, Walnut Creek, CA

 

Read Joshua Kosman’s review in the San Francisco Chronicle.