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“Chad Sloan, done up rather like Marcello Mastroianni in 8 1/2, nearly stole the show as Prosdocimo, cavorting and conniving his way through the comic complications with theatrical aplomb. He also used his vivid baritone tellingly at every turn.”
Alex Ross, music critic at The New Yorker and author of Listen to This, discusses how one bass line appears throughout history as a piece of musical DNA. With Ethan Iverson of The Bad Plus, mezzo-soprano Rebecca Ringle, and guitarist/composer Tyondai Braxton
TOSCA is the story of an absorbing triangular relationship centering on a strong female character. Scarpia, Tosca and Cavaradossi, in their different ways, all insist on their personal freedom to act as they please – Scarpia as a condition of his claim to power, Cavaradossi in his rebellious urge to… read more
Tragedy in one act by Richard Strauss
Poem by Hugo von Hofmannsthal
First performance on 25th January, 1909 at Dresden
Premiered at Deutsche Oper Berlin on 3rd November, 2007
The Duke of Mantua is an avid devourer of women who simply takes what he wants… and with violence. His jester, Rigoletto, is infamous both for his cunning and lack of pity; the other courtiers resolve to take vengeance on him. Tickets & Infomation.… read more
Scott Piper talks about his upcoming performances of Lucia di Lammermoor with Seattle Opera.
Artists: Jolle Greenleaf (Soprano); Molly Quinn (Soprano); Luthien Brackett (Alto); Marc Molomot (Tenor); Jesse Blumberg (Baritone); Charles Brink (Flute); Andrew Appel (Harpsichord); Krista Bennion Feeney (Violin); Loretta O’Sullivan (Cello); Beverly Au (Viol); Lawrence Lipnik (Viol); Rosamund Morley (Viol); Lisa Terry (Viol)
Ensembles: Four Nations Ensemble; Parthenia; TENET. Tickets … read more
TOSCA is the story of an absorbing triangular relationship centring on a strong female character. Scarpia, Tosca and Cavaradossi, in their different ways, all insist on their personal freedom to act as they please – Scarpia as a condition of his claim to power, Cavaradossi in his rebellious urge to… read more