Donizetti's Maria Stuarda
Powerful Opera Maria Sturada a Tragic Story of Dueling Queens
One of Gaetano Donizetti's trilogy of Tudor England operas, Maria Sturada
is the tale of England's dueling queens, Mary, Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I. This powerhouse performance features two vocal virtuosos in soprano Georgia Jarman and mezzo-soprano Brenda Harris, who tackle the challenging vocal gymnastics of Donizetti's work. Featuring the full Washington Concert Opera orchestra and chorus under the direction of Antony Walker, this dramatic opera is filled with stirring songs, intense passions and a tragic storyline.
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The last date listed for Donizetti's Maria Stuarda was Sunday April 7, 2013 / 6:00pm.
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The terrace seats in the Lisner Auditorium are horrible! I left early because the are so crowded on leg room. I'm 5'7" tall and my knees were jammed into the seat in front of my. It was worse than a 16 hour coach flight. Ppl were up and down because they were uncomfortable. It was hard to enjoy the show in such misery.
Diego El Cigala
Nov 19 2014
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Georgia Jarman as Maria
Brenda Harris as Elizabeth
Patrick Carfizzi as Talbot
Troy Cook as Cecil
Michael Spyres as Leicester
With full WCO orchestra and chorus. Conducted by Antony Walker. English translations.
About the Ticket Supplier: Washington Concert Opera
Washington Concert Opera is a fully professional concert opera company presenting internationally acclaimed singers and professional musicians and choruses in unstaged versions of full-length operas. WCO's distinctive repertoire comprises operas that either have not been previously presented in the Washington area, are infrequently performed, or represent extraordinary opportunities to showcase renowned artists in unfamiliar roles, thereby providing audiences with unique musical experiences.