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<< February 28, 2020 >>
Member Events
Baltimore Concert Opera
Concert: Anna Bolena

Web Address: http://www.baltimoreconcertopera.com/anna-bolena
Start Time: 7:30PM

Gaetano Donizetti was particularly entranced with the Tudor period of English history, and its queens in particular.  Anna Bolena, about King Henry VIII's second wife Anne Boleyn, was the first opera in the series referred to as "the Three Donizetti Queens."  A powerhouse soprano role, Anna stands at the center of a whirlwind of intrigue, infidelity, and torture. She is betrayed by the King's appetites and the machinations of the men around her, and the opera documents Anna's inevitable progression to the Tower of London and her ultimate execution in true bel canto style.
Opera Las Vegas
Concert: Opera Legends in Black

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Start Time: 7:00PM

Black History Month affords Opera Las Vegas the perfect opportunity to celebrate legendary African-American singers and composers with “Opera Legends in Black,” a tribute concert on Friday, 28 February at 7:00 pm in the Windmill Library Theatre.

The 60-minute narrated program featuring four of the Valley's best singers will showcase the inspirational international success stories of such heralded singers as Martina Arroyo, Simon Estes, Jessye Norman, Leontyne Price, Eric Owens, Shirley Verrett, Marion Anderson, Reri Grist, and William Warfield among others; and will toast composers William Grant Still and Scott Joplin. The varied selections will consist of world famous classical arias and songs ranging from Verdi (Aida, Il Torvatore) to Wagner (Tannhauser), Bizet (Carmen) to Donizetti (The Elixir of Love), with a bit of Broadway thrown into the mix.  The program will also showcase historically important pieces like Treemonisha andPorgy and Bess. 

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