Video by Cantanti Project
"As Dada head-honcho Tristan Tzara, Liz Bouk and his Dadaist followers (played by Walter Rodriguez, Geoff Pictor, and Marques Hollie) embodied the exuberance of the art world’s forefront. In his number 'To put a Manifesto,' Bouk extolled the Dadaist philosophy backed by bouncy chords in a bright anthem. For all the energy of the aria, the message itself, that 'Dada is nothing, but everything is Dada!' beckons with an artistic freedom that is ultimately devoid of any structure, but is made all the more tempting when seeing Bouk deliver it from on top of a table."
From Richard Strauss' Ariadne auf Naxos: Composer's Aria --- July 2017 in New York, NY --- Craig Ketter piano --- Sean Swinney Recording Engineer
Richard Strauss: Zueignung --- December 2016 in Berlin, Germany --- Markus Syperek, piano --- Philip Kraus, Recording Engineer
From Kurt Weill's One Touch of Venus: I'm a Stranger Here Myself --- November 2016 in Berlin, Germany --- Markus Syperek, piano --- Jonathan Richter, Recording Engineer
“...Elizabeth Bouk sang Amparo, the Count’s coquettish
paramour and would-be seducer of Cherubino, with an unexpected depth of character.”
Opera News, dell'Arte Opera Ensemble's Rosina
"A highlight was (Rosina's) duet with Amparo -
the silky mezzo Elizabeth Bouk."
New York Times, dell'Arte Opera Ensemble's Rosina
Rosina by Hiram Titus, Libretto by Barbara Field * Performed in August 2015 by dell'Arte Opera Ensemble * Chris Fecteau, Conductor and Music Director * With the Metamorphosis Chamber Orchestra
Erin Cressy, Stage Director * Kathryn Papa, Rosina * Elizabeth Bouk, Amparo * Andrea Pinyan, Production Coordinator * Karen Rich, Managing Director * Videographer, American Montage
Costume Design, Carly Bradt * Scenic Design, Meganne George * Lighting Design, Scott Schneider