Mozart's Don Giovanni From Washington National Opera
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The last date listed for Don Giovanni was Wednesday September 26, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Pacific Northwest Ballet and Oregon Ballet Theatre meet Band of Horses for an evening of dance and indie rock under the stars at Filene Center, an outdoor amphitheater located at America's National Park for the Performing Arts. Pacific Northwest Ballet screens its world-premiere piece filmed in Olympic National Park, featuring the choreography of Andrew Bartee and the music of Portland electronic band The Chromatics. Seattle indie rockers Band of Horses (Grammy nominees for Infinite Arms) play an intimate, acoustic set, and Oregon Ballet Theatre performs Robust American Love, choreographed by Trey McIntyre and set to the music of Seattle indie folk band Fleet Foxes. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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Barbara Frittoli as Donna Elvira was fabulous. Ildar Abdrazakov looks better on stage and is more believable in person than the glamour shots to advertise the performance suggest. Cast overall was excellent. The production really told the story well. Performances should only improve as the run continues. Go.
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This was an opera we had wanted to see for several years. We loved it! the music, the singing, the sets, were all wonderful. Don Giovanni, Leporello, Anna, and Elvira, have outstanding voices. We especially enjoyed the acting of Leporello and...continued
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“A dark Giovanni of depth, beauty.” —_The Washington Times _
Additional Cast: Meagan Miller as Donna Anna, Barbara Frittoli as Donna Elvira, Juan Francisco Gatell as Don Ottavio, Andrew Foster-Williams as Leporello, Veronica Cangemi as Zerlina, Aleksey Bogdanov as Masetto, and Soloman Howard as the Commendatore.
Performance Timing: Act I – 95 min.; Intermission – 20 min.; Act II – 91 min. (3.5 hours total)