Anna Bartos 
¡Maja! The Forgotten Woman: A Lovers' Tale, November 3, 2013, St. Michael’s Theater, New York City, an original one-woman musical drama, written and performed by Anna Bartos with Eric Sedgwick. (Please see videos) - For information and booking, please contact Anna Bartos.
When the Nightingale Sings is a concert with commentary of vocal and piano works by Enrique Granados, in celebration of his Centenary and 150th Anniversary.

Performers: Anna Bartos, soprano; Eric Sedgwick, piano and Jesse Han, flute.

The program includes vocal selections from La coleccion de tonadillas and La maja y el ruisenor, an aria from the opera, Goyescas, arranged by A. Bartos, as well as Canciones amatorias and songs in Catalan. Piano Solos: Mazurka and Epilogo from Granados' Escenas romanticas. Flute Solos: Selections from Les folies d'espagne by Marin Marais.

If you are unable to attend the concert, please forward this notice to your friends, and feel free to send a contribution of any amount to us via our fiscal sponsor, Something to Sing About in New York, a non-profit creative arts collective for singers, actors and instrumentalists. Your contributions and concert proceeds will be used to help us complete, produce and distribute our new Granados CD, When the Nightingale Sings... which we began recording last May, and hope to complete during 2016-2017. We thank you for your generosity! Here's the link to contribute:
Diva!: an original one-woman musical spoof written and performed by Anna Bartos, Soprano with Mark Mitchell, Piano at Turtle Bay Concert Hall, New York City: 1987
Soloist, Leningrad Musical Spring International Festival, Russia: 1991
Something to Sing About in New York - Concerts in Remembrance of September 11. 2002-2014
Solo Recital at Altos de Chavon, La Romana, Dominican Republic 1984
as Pamina in The Magic Flute, The Liederkranz Foundation, Thomas Martin, Conductor, New York City
as Pertelote in Chanticleer by Seymour Barab, The Director’s Company, New York City
Lecture Recitals include:

The Golden Age Revisited in 20th Century Art Songs
Ancient Spanish and Aztec Poetry in 20th Century Mexican Art Songs
García, Granados and Goya Majismo in Music and Art
¡Viva la Hispanidad! A recital with commentary
Call Me Madam…or Madame! (Madcap Maidens in 20th Century Opera Buffa)