Mozart's Opera Idomeneo, re di Creta from Boston Lyric Opera
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The last date listed for Idomeneo, re di Creta was Tuesday May 4, 2010 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre
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Mediocre production following in the overly conservative tradition of Boston Lyric Opera. Nothing wrong with it, but then nothing particularly right with it either. Opera Boston always makes an effort to try something new within the world of...continued
Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
New BLO production based on scenery and costumes owned by Glimmerglass Opera.
Sung in Italian with projected English translation.
Join BLO for the free Opera Preview talk one hour before curtain led by BLO’s Principal Guest Lecturer, Dr. Elizabeth Seitz.
Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Librettist: Giovanni Battista Varesco after Antoine Danchet’s _Idomenée
Conductor: David Angus*
Stage Director: Lillian Groag
Set Designer: John Conklin
Costume Designer: Constance Hoffman*
Lighting Designer: Robert Wierzel
CAST (In order of vocal appearance)
Ilia: Camille Zamora*
Idamante: Sandra Piques Eddy
Elettra: Caroline Worra*
Idomeneo: Jason Collins*
Arbace: Steven Sanders
High Priest: Neal Ferreira
Neptune: Craig Phillips
With BLO’s Orchestra and Chorus.
- BLO Debut
About the Ticket Supplier: Boston Lyric Opera
Boston Lyric Opera (BLO) is New England’s most popular opera company. Founded in 1976, BLO is recognized for its artistically excellent productions of a diverse repertoire that entertain and inspire audiences and which feature emerging operatic talent. Its mainstage productions at The Citi Shubert Theatre, live broadcasts on WGBH radio and its traveling production of a fully staged, one-hour English version of a popular opera for schools and families reach some 200,000 people a year.