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Barber of Seville – Feb. 13, 20, 22 & Mar. 13, 28

December 29, 2014 No Comments

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Connecticut Lyric Opera and the Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra are pleased to announce five performance dates for their upcoming co-production of Gioachino Rossini’s opera Il Barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville).

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Publicity for and reception after the Opening Night performance on February 13th in New Britain sponsored by the
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Fri., February 13, 2015 – 7:30 pm – Trinity-On-Main Arts Center, New Britain Buy Tickets
Fri., February 20, 2015 – 7:30 pm – NVCC Fine Arts Center, Waterbury Buy Tickets
Sun., February 22, 2015 – 7:00 pm – Infinity Music Hall, Hartford Buy Tickets
Fri., March 13, 2015 – 7:30 pm – Evans Hall, Conn College, New London Buy Tickets
Sat., March 28, 2015 – 7:30 pm – MHS Performing Arts Center, Middletown Buy Tickets

Rossini’s famous two-act comic opera, The Barber of Seville, is a masterpiece of inventive scenes instantly moving from one mood to another using catchy melodies and exploding rhythms. Set in 18th century Seville, Spain, the opera is based on a comedy by Pierre Beaumarchais, the famous French dramatist. It features a barber named Figaro who wants to help Count Almavivo, who has fallen in love with the beautiful Rosina, the young ward of Dr. Bartolo. However Dr. Bartolo wants to wed her himself. The story unfolds in many hilarious scenes that include secret letters, disguises and stealthy tricks, with many aided by the ever-present Figaro. It concludes with the happiest of endings!

Presented by Connecticut Lyric Opera and the Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra. Fully staged with costumes and scenery, and sung in Italian with projected English supertitles.

 

Cast list:

Count Almaviva – Spencer Hamlin (2/13, 2/22), Christopher Lucier (2/20, 3/13, 3/28)
Bartolo – Jimi James
Rosina – Allison Lindsay (2/13, 2/20, 3/28), Nadia Aguilar (2/22, 3/13)
Figaro – Dean Murphy
Basilio – Luke Scott (2/13, 2/20, 2/22, 3/13), Steven Fredericks (3/28)
Berta – Kerry Gotschall
Fiorello – Hartley Horn

Artistic Director – Adrian Sylveen
Stage Director – Jurate Svedaite
Production Manager – Matthew Burry
Chorus Master – Dara Blackstone
Costume Designer – Nightwing Whitehead
Lighting Designer – Joe Marturano

 

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