SOLOIST - Bach Magnificat & Mozart Requiem Bach Society of St. Louis
Oct
27
3:00 PM15:00

SOLOIST - Bach Magnificat & Mozart Requiem Bach Society of St. Louis

Bringing Bach to St. Louis for over 75 years

The distinguished history of the Bach Society began in 1941, when Dr. William Heyne determined to offer the people of St. Louis the opportunity to perform and hear the great music of Johann Sebastian Bach. Since that date, the Society has carried out its mission without interruption, and is St. Louis’ oldest continuous choral society.

Oct 27th 3pm - Soprano soloist Bach Magnificat & Mozart Requiem

 Bach Society of St. Louis, venue TBA

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SOLOIST - Beethoven Mass Pheonix Symophony
Nov
8
7:30 PM19:30

SOLOIST - Beethoven Mass Pheonix Symophony

Nov. 8,9,10 - Phoenix Symphony - Beethoven Mass 

Classics Series - Symphony Hall

Tito Muñoz, conductor
Emily Birsan, soprano
Adriana Zabala, mezzo soprano
Joshua Dennis, tenor
Ricardo Lugo, bass
The Phoenix Symphony Chorus

CONCERT REPERTOIRE
Glenn Stallcop: City Music
Beethoven: Mass in C

• A long-underrated masterpiece comes to life when The Phoenix Symphony presents Beethoven’s first sacred music, Mass in C, filled with emotion and childlike optimism.
• Four talented vocalists and The Phoenix Symphony Chorus take the stage to present this monumental work.
• The Mass is paired with City Music, a piece written by our very own Phoenix Symphony retiring double bassist Glenn Stallcop.

https://tickets.phoenixsymphony.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=11686

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SOLOIST - Beethoven Mass Pheonix Symophony
Nov
9
7:30 PM19:30

SOLOIST - Beethoven Mass Pheonix Symophony

Nov. 8,9,10 - Phoenix Symphony - Beethoven Mass 

Classics Series - Symphony Hall

Tito Muñoz, conductor
Emily Birsan, soprano
Adriana Zabala, mezzo soprano
Joshua Dennis, tenor
Ricardo Lugo, bass
The Phoenix Symphony Chorus

CONCERT REPERTOIRE
Glenn Stallcop: City Music
Beethoven: Mass in C

• A long-underrated masterpiece comes to life when The Phoenix Symphony presents Beethoven’s first sacred music, Mass in C, filled with emotion and childlike optimism.
• Four talented vocalists and The Phoenix Symphony Chorus take the stage to present this monumental work.
• The Mass is paired with City Music, a piece written by our very own Phoenix Symphony retiring double bassist Glenn Stallcop.

https://tickets.phoenixsymphony.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=11686

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SOLOIST - Beethoven Mass Pheonix Symophony
Nov
10
2:00 PM14:00

SOLOIST - Beethoven Mass Pheonix Symophony

Nov. 8,9,10 - Phoenix Symphony - Beethoven Mass 

Classics Series - Symphony Hall

Tito Muñoz, conductor
Emily Birsan, soprano
Adriana Zabala, mezzo soprano
Joshua Dennis, tenor
Ricardo Lugo, bass
The Phoenix Symphony Chorus

CONCERT REPERTOIRE
Glenn Stallcop: City Music
Beethoven: Mass in C

• A long-underrated masterpiece comes to life when The Phoenix Symphony presents Beethoven’s first sacred music, Mass in C, filled with emotion and childlike optimism.
• Four talented vocalists and The Phoenix Symphony Chorus take the stage to present this monumental work.
• The Mass is paired with City Music, a piece written by our very own Phoenix Symphony retiring double bassist Glenn Stallcop.

https://tickets.phoenixsymphony.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=11686

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SOLOIST - Handel & Bach Tuscon Symphony
Dec
14
4:00 PM16:00

SOLOIST - Handel & Bach Tuscon Symphony

Holidays With the TSO

Messiah & Bach

José Luis Gomez, conductor
Tucson Symphony Orchestra Chorus 
Bruce Chamberlain, director

Handel: Water Music, Suite 2
Corelli: Concerto Grosso No. 8 “Christmas Concerto”
Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
Handel: Messiah: Highlights

Saturday, December 14, 4pm
Sunday, December 15, 2pm

Performed with glorious sound in the beautiful Catalina Foothills High School Music Hall

  • Get into the Christmas spirit by hearing highlights of Messiah live, Corelli’s Christmas Concerto, Bach’s joyous Brandenburg No. 3 and Handel’s masterful Water Music

  • This is the first time that José Luis Gomez is conducting the pulse pounding, earth shaking Messiah with the TSO and TSO Chorus – what a treat!

  • Corelli’s concerto bears the inscription “Fatto per la notte di Natale” (made for the night of Christmas)

  • The Brandenburg No. 3 is a kaleidoscope of dancing colors and shades

  • Tickets go quickly so claim your seats early

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Dec. 14,15 Tuscon Symphony - Handel and Bach 

http://www.tucsonsymphony.org/2019-20-season-overview/special-events/

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SOLOIST - Handel & Bach Tuscon Symphony
Dec
15
2:00 PM14:00

SOLOIST - Handel & Bach Tuscon Symphony

Holidays With the TSO

Messiah & Bach

José Luis Gomez, conductor
Tucson Symphony Orchestra Chorus 
Bruce Chamberlain, director

Handel: Water Music, Suite 2
Corelli: Concerto Grosso No. 8 “Christmas Concerto”
Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
Handel: Messiah: Highlights

Saturday, December 14, 4pm
Sunday, December 15, 2pm

Performed with glorious sound in the beautiful Catalina Foothills High School Music Hall

  • Get into the Christmas spirit by hearing highlights of Messiah live, Corelli’s Christmas Concerto, Bach’s joyous Brandenburg No. 3 and Handel’s masterful Water Music

  • This is the first time that José Luis Gomez is conducting the pulse pounding, earth shaking Messiah with the TSO and TSO Chorus – what a treat!

  • Corelli’s concerto bears the inscription “Fatto per la notte di Natale” (made for the night of Christmas)

  • The Brandenburg No. 3 is a kaleidoscope of dancing colors and shades

  • Tickets go quickly so claim your seats early

SUBSCRIBE


Dec. 14,15 Tuscon Symphony - Handel and Bach 

http://www.tucsonsymphony.org/2019-20-season-overview/special-events/

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PRESENTER - Pop-up Magazine @ Aspen Ideas Festival
Jun
26
10:00 AM10:00

PRESENTER - Pop-up Magazine @ Aspen Ideas Festival

Ideas for Everyone

The Aspen Ideas Festival brings together scientists, artists, politicians, historians, educators, activists, and other great thinkers. They present debate, and discuss some of the most important and fascinating ideas and issues of our time. Join us for this enlivening dialogue!

Ticket Information

Public tickets are available for 80-plus sessions at Aspen Ideas: Health and Aspen Ideas Festival. View the schedule. In addition, look for a Public Tickets Guide at the Wheeler Opera House and in various locations in Aspen.

Tickets go on sale on Friday, June 14 at 9 AM MT through the Wheeler Opera House box office in person, by phone at (970) 920-5770, and online at aspenshowtix.com. The schedule and presenters are subject to change.

Download the Public Ticket Guide

The Public Tickets Guide, which features events with prices ranging from $12 to $100, is available for download: Public Tickets Guide.

https://www.aspenideas.org/explore/arts

Aspen, CO

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SOLOIST - Mahler 8 Madison Symphony
May
5
2:30 PM14:30

SOLOIST - Mahler 8 Madison Symphony

Symphony of a Thousand

MAY 3, 2019 - MAY 5, 2019

Music Program:
Mahler | Symphony No. 8

Featuring:
John DeMainConductor
Alexandra LoBiancoSoprano
Emily BirsanSoprano
Emily PogorelcSoprano
Milena KiticMezzo-Soprano
Julie MillerMezzo-Soprano
Clay HilleyTenor
Michael ReddingBaritone
Morris RobinsonBass-Baritone
Madison Symphony ChorusBeverly Taylor, Director
Madison Youth ChoirsMichael Ross, Artistic Director
UW Choral UnionBeverly Taylor, Director

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SOLOIST - Mahler 8 Madison Symphony
May
4
8:00 PM20:00

SOLOIST - Mahler 8 Madison Symphony

Symphony of a Thousand

MAY 3, 2019 - MAY 5, 2019

Music Program:
Mahler | Symphony No. 8

Featuring:
John DeMainConductor
Alexandra LoBiancoSoprano
Emily BirsanSoprano
Emily PogorelcSoprano
Milena KiticMezzo-Soprano
Julie MillerMezzo-Soprano
Clay HilleyTenor
Michael ReddingBaritone
Morris RobinsonBass-Baritone
Madison Symphony ChorusBeverly Taylor, Director
Madison Youth ChoirsMichael Ross, Artistic Director
UW Choral UnionBeverly Taylor, Director

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SOLOIST - Mahler 8 Madison Symphony
May
3
7:30 PM19:30

SOLOIST - Mahler 8 Madison Symphony

Symphony of a Thousand

MAY 3, 2019 - MAY 5, 2019

Music Program:
Mahler | Symphony No. 8

Featuring:
John DeMainConductor
Alexandra LoBiancoSoprano
Emily BirsanSoprano
Emily PogorelcSoprano
Milena KiticMezzo-Soprano
Julie MillerMezzo-Soprano
Clay HilleyTenor
Michael ReddingBaritone
Morris RobinsonBass-Baritone
Madison Symphony ChorusBeverly Taylor, Director
Madison Youth ChoirsMichael Ross, Artistic Director
UW Choral UnionBeverly Taylor, Director

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RUSALKA - Rusalka Madison Opera
Apr
28
2:30 PM14:30

RUSALKA - Rusalka Madison Opera

WHAT WOULD YOU SACRIFICE FOR HAPPILY-EVER-AFTER?

A water nymph falls in love with a human prince. A witch agrees to make her human – but the spell will break if she ever speaks.

Based on the classic fairy tale The Little Mermaid, Dvořák’s luxurious 1901 masterpiece travels from a mythical forest to a palace and back again. With a world populated by water sprites and royalty, its glorious score includes the famous “Song to the Moon.” Don’t miss the Madison Opera premiere of our first opera in Czech.

 

Rusalka

Music by Antonín Dvořák
Libretto by Jaroslav Kvapil
Premiered 31 March 1901, Nationaltheater, Prague
Madison Opera Premiere

 

Rusalka

Friday, April 26 at 8pm
Sunday, April 28 at 2:30pm

Overture Hall

Sung in Czech with projected English translations

Run time: 3 hours, including 2 intermissions

 

ACT I

The water nymph Rusalka has fallen in love with a human—the Prince—when he came to swim in her lake. Now she wants to become human herself and live on land to be with him. Rusalka’s father, a water sprite named Vodnik, is horrified and tells her that humans are evil and full of sin. When Rusalka insists, claiming they are full of love, he says she will have to get help from the witch Ježibaba. Rusalka calls on the moon to tell the Prince of her love. Ježibaba arrives and agrees to turn Rusalka into a human—but warns her that if she doesn’t find love she will be damned and the man she loves will die. Also, by becoming mortal, she will lose her power of speech. Convinced that her feelings for the Prince can overcome all spells, Rusalka agrees and Ježibaba gives her a potion to drink. As dawn breaks, the Prince appears with a hunting party and finds Rusalka by the lake. Even though she won’t speak to him, he is captivated by her beauty and leads her away to his castle. From the lake, the voices of Vodnik and the water nymphs are heard, mourning the loss of Rusalka.

ACT II

At his castle, the Prince wonders why Rusalka is so cold toward him but remains determined to win her. A Foreign Princess, who has come for their wedding, mocks Rusalka’s silence and reproaches the Prince for ignoring his guests. The Prince sends Rusalka away to dress for the ball and escorts the Princess into the castle for the beginning of the festivities.

In the deserted garden, Vodnik appears. Rusalka, who has become more and more intimidated by her surroundings, rushes from the castle in tears. Suddenly recovering her voice, she begs her father to help her, telling him that the Prince no longer loves her. The Prince and the Foreign Princess come into the garden, and the Prince confesses his love for her. When Rusalka intervenes, rushing into his arms, he rejects her. Vodnik warns the Prince of the fate that awaits him, then disappears with Rusalka. The Prince asks the Foreign Princess for help but she ridicules him and tells him to follow his bride into hell.

ACT III

Rusalka waits by the lake once again, lamenting her fate. Ježibaba appears and mocks her, then hands her a knife and explains that there is a way to save herself: she must kill the Prince. Rusalka refuses, throwing the weapon into the water. When her sisters reject her as well, she sinks into the lake in despair.  Vodnik explains to the water nymphs what has happened to Rusalka, and they fall silent and disappear.

The Prince, desperate and half crazy with remorse, emerges from the forest, looking for Rusalka and calling out for her to return to him. She appears from the water, reproaching him for his infidelity, and explains that now a kiss from her would kill him. Accepting his destiny, he asks her to kiss him to give him peace. She does, and he dies in her arms. Rusalka asks for mercy on his soul and disappears into the water.

 

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RUSALKA - Rusalka Madison Opera
Apr
26
8:00 PM20:00

RUSALKA - Rusalka Madison Opera

WHAT WOULD YOU SACRIFICE FOR HAPPILY-EVER-AFTER?

A water nymph falls in love with a human prince. A witch agrees to make her human – but the spell will break if she ever speaks.

Based on the classic fairy tale The Little Mermaid, Dvořák’s luxurious 1901 masterpiece travels from a mythical forest to a palace and back again. With a world populated by water sprites and royalty, its glorious score includes the famous “Song to the Moon.” Don’t miss the Madison Opera premiere of our first opera in Czech.

 

Rusalka

Music by Antonín Dvořák
Libretto by Jaroslav Kvapil
Premiered 31 March 1901, Nationaltheater, Prague
Madison Opera Premiere

 

Rusalka

Friday, April 26 at 8pm
Sunday, April 28 at 2:30pm

Overture Hall

Sung in Czech with projected English translations

Run time: 3 hours, including 2 intermissions

 

ACT I

The water nymph Rusalka has fallen in love with a human—the Prince—when he came to swim in her lake. Now she wants to become human herself and live on land to be with him. Rusalka’s father, a water sprite named Vodnik, is horrified and tells her that humans are evil and full of sin. When Rusalka insists, claiming they are full of love, he says she will have to get help from the witch Ježibaba. Rusalka calls on the moon to tell the Prince of her love. Ježibaba arrives and agrees to turn Rusalka into a human—but warns her that if she doesn’t find love she will be damned and the man she loves will die. Also, by becoming mortal, she will lose her power of speech. Convinced that her feelings for the Prince can overcome all spells, Rusalka agrees and Ježibaba gives her a potion to drink. As dawn breaks, the Prince appears with a hunting party and finds Rusalka by the lake. Even though she won’t speak to him, he is captivated by her beauty and leads her away to his castle. From the lake, the voices of Vodnik and the water nymphs are heard, mourning the loss of Rusalka.

ACT II

At his castle, the Prince wonders why Rusalka is so cold toward him but remains determined to win her. A Foreign Princess, who has come for their wedding, mocks Rusalka’s silence and reproaches the Prince for ignoring his guests. The Prince sends Rusalka away to dress for the ball and escorts the Princess into the castle for the beginning of the festivities.

In the deserted garden, Vodnik appears. Rusalka, who has become more and more intimidated by her surroundings, rushes from the castle in tears. Suddenly recovering her voice, she begs her father to help her, telling him that the Prince no longer loves her. The Prince and the Foreign Princess come into the garden, and the Prince confesses his love for her. When Rusalka intervenes, rushing into his arms, he rejects her. Vodnik warns the Prince of the fate that awaits him, then disappears with Rusalka. The Prince asks the Foreign Princess for help but she ridicules him and tells him to follow his bride into hell.

ACT III

Rusalka waits by the lake once again, lamenting her fate. Ježibaba appears and mocks her, then hands her a knife and explains that there is a way to save herself: she must kill the Prince. Rusalka refuses, throwing the weapon into the water. When her sisters reject her as well, she sinks into the lake in despair.  Vodnik explains to the water nymphs what has happened to Rusalka, and they fall silent and disappear.

The Prince, desperate and half crazy with remorse, emerges from the forest, looking for Rusalka and calling out for her to return to him. She appears from the water, reproaching him for his infidelity, and explains that now a kiss from her would kill him. Accepting his destiny, he asks her to kiss him to give him peace. She does, and he dies in her arms. Rusalka asks for mercy on his soul and disappears into the water.

 

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SOLOIST - Mahler 4 & Mozart Benedictus dis dues K. 117 Southwest Symphony
Mar
31
4:00 PM16:00

SOLOIST - Mahler 4 & Mozart Benedictus dis dues K. 117 Southwest Symphony

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SSO Heavenly Spring

HEAVENLY SPRING

Sunday, March 31, 4 p.m.

Claire de Lune  Debussy
Carmen Suite No. 2  Bizet
Benedictus sit dues K. 117  Mozart
      Emily Birsan, soprano
      Concordia University Kapelle, Charles P. Brown, director
Symphony No. 4  Mahler
      Emily Birsan, soprano

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VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago
Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago

LA TRAVIATA

by Giuseppe Verdi
Sung in Italian with projected English translations


VERDI’S MUSIC IS INCOMPARABLE, WITH ONE HEARTSTOPPINGLY BEAUTIFUL MELODY AFTER ANOTHER, in this exquisitely romantic story. Within the social whirl of sophisticated Paris, the courtesan Violetta lives purely for pleasure but longs for true love. She finds the right man in Alfredo, but their happiness is cut short: at his father’s insistence, Violetta leaves Alfredo for the sake of his family. Her spirit broken, her health shattered, Violetta now lives only with the hope that Alfredo will return to her. La traviata gives us one of opera’s most glorious heroines, a woman of boundless humanity and emotional depth.

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VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago
Mar
16
7:30 PM19:30

VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago

LA TRAVIATA

by Giuseppe Verdi
Sung in Italian with projected English translations


VERDI’S MUSIC IS INCOMPARABLE, WITH ONE HEARTSTOPPINGLY BEAUTIFUL MELODY AFTER ANOTHER, in this exquisitely romantic story. Within the social whirl of sophisticated Paris, the courtesan Violetta lives purely for pleasure but longs for true love. She finds the right man in Alfredo, but their happiness is cut short: at his father’s insistence, Violetta leaves Alfredo for the sake of his family. Her spirit broken, her health shattered, Violetta now lives only with the hope that Alfredo will return to her. La traviata gives us one of opera’s most glorious heroines, a woman of boundless humanity and emotional depth.

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VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago
Mar
13
7:00 PM19:00

VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago

LA TRAVIATA

by Giuseppe Verdi
Sung in Italian with projected English translations


VERDI’S MUSIC IS INCOMPARABLE, WITH ONE HEARTSTOPPINGLY BEAUTIFUL MELODY AFTER ANOTHER, in this exquisitely romantic story. Within the social whirl of sophisticated Paris, the courtesan Violetta lives purely for pleasure but longs for true love. She finds the right man in Alfredo, but their happiness is cut short: at his father’s insistence, Violetta leaves Alfredo for the sake of his family. Her spirit broken, her health shattered, Violetta now lives only with the hope that Alfredo will return to her. La traviata gives us one of opera’s most glorious heroines, a woman of boundless humanity and emotional depth.

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VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago
Mar
10
2:00 PM14:00

VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago

LA TRAVIATA

by Giuseppe Verdi
Sung in Italian with projected English translations


VERDI’S MUSIC IS INCOMPARABLE, WITH ONE HEARTSTOPPINGLY BEAUTIFUL MELODY AFTER ANOTHER, in this exquisitely romantic story. Within the social whirl of sophisticated Paris, the courtesan Violetta lives purely for pleasure but longs for true love. She finds the right man in Alfredo, but their happiness is cut short: at his father’s insistence, Violetta leaves Alfredo for the sake of his family. Her spirit broken, her health shattered, Violetta now lives only with the hope that Alfredo will return to her. La traviata gives us one of opera’s most glorious heroines, a woman of boundless humanity and emotional depth.

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VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago
Mar
7
2:00 PM14:00

VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago

LA TRAVIATA

by Giuseppe Verdi
Sung in Italian with projected English translations


VERDI’S MUSIC IS INCOMPARABLE, WITH ONE HEARTSTOPPINGLY BEAUTIFUL MELODY AFTER ANOTHER, in this exquisitely romantic story. Within the social whirl of sophisticated Paris, the courtesan Violetta lives purely for pleasure but longs for true love. She finds the right man in Alfredo, but their happiness is cut short: at his father’s insistence, Violetta leaves Alfredo for the sake of his family. Her spirit broken, her health shattered, Violetta now lives only with the hope that Alfredo will return to her. La traviata gives us one of opera’s most glorious heroines, a woman of boundless humanity and emotional depth.

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VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago
Mar
4
7:00 PM19:00

VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago

LA TRAVIATA

by Giuseppe Verdi
Sung in Italian with projected English translations


VERDI’S MUSIC IS INCOMPARABLE, WITH ONE HEARTSTOPPINGLY BEAUTIFUL MELODY AFTER ANOTHER, in this exquisitely romantic story. Within the social whirl of sophisticated Paris, the courtesan Violetta lives purely for pleasure but longs for true love. She finds the right man in Alfredo, but their happiness is cut short: at his father’s insistence, Violetta leaves Alfredo for the sake of his family. Her spirit broken, her health shattered, Violetta now lives only with the hope that Alfredo will return to her. La traviata gives us one of opera’s most glorious heroines, a woman of boundless humanity and emotional depth.

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VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago
Mar
1
7:00 PM19:00

VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago

LA TRAVIATA

by Giuseppe Verdi
Sung in Italian with projected English translations


VERDI’S MUSIC IS INCOMPARABLE, WITH ONE HEARTSTOPPINGLY BEAUTIFUL MELODY AFTER ANOTHER, in this exquisitely romantic story. Within the social whirl of sophisticated Paris, the courtesan Violetta lives purely for pleasure but longs for true love. She finds the right man in Alfredo, but their happiness is cut short: at his father’s insistence, Violetta leaves Alfredo for the sake of his family. Her spirit broken, her health shattered, Violetta now lives only with the hope that Alfredo will return to her. La traviata gives us one of opera’s most glorious heroines, a woman of boundless humanity and emotional depth.

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VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago
Feb
24
2:00 PM14:00

VIOLETTA COVER - La Traviata Lyric Opera of Chicago

LA TRAVIATA

by Giuseppe Verdi
Sung in Italian with projected English translations


VERDI’S MUSIC IS INCOMPARABLE, WITH ONE HEARTSTOPPINGLY BEAUTIFUL MELODY AFTER ANOTHER, in this exquisitely romantic story. Within the social whirl of sophisticated Paris, the courtesan Violetta lives purely for pleasure but longs for true love. She finds the right man in Alfredo, but their happiness is cut short: at his father’s insistence, Violetta leaves Alfredo for the sake of his family. Her spirit broken, her health shattered, Violetta now lives only with the hope that Alfredo will return to her. La traviata gives us one of opera’s most glorious heroines, a woman of boundless humanity and emotional depth.

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