Saturday Mornings at the Opera


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If you missed the first session of this course in the fall but would like to join this term’s classes, you are in luck! Spaces are still available in the remaining sessions, which focus on two of the season’s Pacific Opera Victoria productions. In each class we will discuss the story of each opera, compare great singers past and present in their roles, and discover how each opera was transformed from the composer’s first inspiration into a finished stage spectacle. In February, Dumas’s Lady with the Camellias is immortalized as Verdi’s tragic courtesan in La Traviata. Mistaken identities, disguises and a lot of glorious Hungarian melodies captivate us in POV’s final production, Kálmán’s beloved operetta, The Countess of Maritza. Beginners and opera aficionados are equally encouraged to attend this entertaining and informative course.

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