Lyric Opera Baltimore's Inaugural Production: Verdi's La Traviata
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The last date listed for La Traviata was Sunday November 6, 2011 / 3:00pm.
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The sound was not good in the rear balcony seats that we got thru Goldstar. At intermission we moved closer and the sound improved significantly. The performance start was delayed 25 min. due to problems with lighting. Musically, the...continued
by Giuseppe Verdi
Based on the novel La Dame aux Camélias by Alexandre Dumas, fils
Sung in Italian with English surtitles
Verdi’s immortal telling of the story of the Lady of the Camellias is an opera lovers’ dream, full of passion, sacrifice, love, death, and redemption. The glamorous courtesan Violetta has finally found real love in the embrace of Alfredo. She must give him up for the sake of honor, and unknowing, he heartlessly denounces her in a scene of public humiliation. They reunite on her death bed and she passes into eternity knowing that she at last knew true love.
Starring: Elizabeth Futral (Violetta), Eric Margiore (Alfredo), Jason Stearns (Germont), Colleen Daly (Flora), Suzanne Chadwick (Annina), Rolando Sanz (Gastone), Kenneth Mattice (Baron), Jimi James (Marquis d’Obigny), Brendan Cooke (Grenvil)
Featuring the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) conducted by Steven White. The production will be directed by Crystal Manich with opulent sets and costumes from Lyric Opera Chicago.