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Little Angels visit to New York City, July 23rd,  2010

The Little Angels, a youth orchestra from China,  performed a light classical concert featuring music from China, Europe and America.   As a cross cultural tie, the concert  included  Chinese opera singer, soprano Baogue Wang, and  baritone Richard Malone performing a Mozart duet.  Conductor, John Yaff led the orchestra for the duet and the American National anthem.  It was performed at the St. Paul the Apostle church near Lincoln Center.

Richard Malone was adviser to Emiko Iinuma CEO of The Harmonia Opera Company
with James Demster as their conductor for over 2 years. Malone's company CIOS, which has been in charge of print journalism, has also aired half  hour shows over 15 times around the world about the life of Iinuma and her Japanese-American company.  Malone accepted the very first union contract as singer/actor to learn the role of "Jissa" in Japanese for an opera production at the Washington DC, Cherry Blossom festival.

Sheila Bolin Swan Soiree Concert Lake Eola Orlando, Florida 

Richard Malone  and Ji Wang appeared in a tribute play to Jadin Wang, Forbidden City West.


July 17th 2010- Malone
sang with the Polish Angelus Choir

in  a concert at St Patrick's Cathedral, NYC, for the Polish conductor Prof. Janusz Sporek.  The concert celebrated the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Grunewald.  A documentary was filmed.

Malone's work with the Wagner family in Germany
Richard Wagner
A victorious Malone  playing the harp as Wolfram Von Eschenbach in Tannhauser
by Richard Wagner directed by Wolf Siegfried Wagner.
Wolf Siegfried Wagner