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3 Star Starred
Mechanics Hall
321 Main Street Worcester, MA 01608
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"Carmen: The Musical"
8 ratings
4.8 average rating
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81 events
9 reviews
4 stars
attended May 18 2013

This was my first opera. I absolutely loved it! It inspired me to go to another. The voices on the women in particular was amazing! These voices really do fill you with joy! Towards the end the entire cast sings and I believe they shook the...continued

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14 reviews
7 stars
attended May 18 2013

Excellent event. Didn't know what to expect ~ husband & I with a friend were very pleasantly surprised not only by the major singers but the Worcester Chorus, Children's Chorus & the format. Also, liked the pre-lecture....thank you all.

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5 reviews
10 stars
attended May 18 2013

Their concert presentation of Carmen was fabulous. People who have not been to their shows really ought to consider attending one. Their work rivals anything I have seen in Boston, New York, or any other American city. Music Worcester is one of...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

There’s a pre-concert lecture beginning one hour before the concert.


Worcester Chorus of Music Worcester

Chris Shepard, Artistic Director


Krista River, mezzo

Karen Driscoll, soprano

Charles Blandy, tenor

Dimitrie Lazich, baritone

Worcester Children’s Chorus

About the Ticket Supplier: Music Worcester

The Worcester Music Festival is the oldest Music Festival in the United States and carries a rich history. Since 1858 it has been pre-eminent in presenting great performances by world-renowned orchestras and guest soloists, chamber music, ballet, world music and dance, jazz and choral masterworks. Music Worcester Inc. has made “a tradition of excellence” its hallmark and The Worcester Music Festival has been recognized by the Library of Congress.