“Opera and the French Revolution” debuts on April 29 and May 1 in Washington and New York. Emory University French historian Judith A. Miller has enjoyed consulting on the production. The Opera Lafayette will perform the modern world premiere of scenes from Martini’s and Pipelet’s Sapho (1794), as well as Cherubini’s Médée (1797) and Sacchini’s Oedipe à Colonne. Performances will take place in DC (Lisner Auditorium, GWU) on Fri., April 29, 7:30pm; and in NYC (Jazz at Lincoln Center, Rose Hall) on Sun., May 1, 8pm. More info and ticket links are on the company’s website. Emory discounts are available for the DC performance, Code EMORY. Along with workshops in March in NYC, Professor Miller has contributed to the blog on the production. An hour before each performance, there will be a panel discussion featuring Ryan Brown, with stage director Miřenka Čechová and Judith A. Miller.