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Utah Opera Series - Saturday

CapitolTheatre Opera : Sat 1/18/20 7:30PM - Sat 5/9/20 7:30PM

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Utah Opera Series - Saturday

OVERVIEW

Guaranteed same seats for Utah Opera’s full 2019-20 season of Capitol Theatre performances on Saturday night. Includes Verdi’s La traviata, Kevin Puts & Mark Campbell’s Silent Night, Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, & Massenet’s Thaïs.

PERFORMANCES


Kevin Puts & Mark Campbell’s Silent Night Saturday, January 18, 2020 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
Kevin Puts & Mark Campbell’s Silent Night

Witness rare and poignant moments of humanity during the world’s most brutal war in this stunning musical depiction of the legendary Christmas truce of 1914.

It’s December 24, 1914 on the Western Front, and the sounds of battle between the French, Scottish, and German armies are replaced by those of Christmas carols. A short truce is called, but it isn’t long before the soldiers are confronted with the realities of war and what they mean for the coming days.



Rossini’s The Barber of Seville Saturday, March 14, 2020 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
Rossini’s The Barber of Seville

Artists: Gary Thor Wedow, conductor | Michael Adams, Figaro | Sarah Coit, Rosina | Matthew Grills, Count Almaviva | Kevin Burdette, Don Bartolo

Having trouble getting close to the woman you love? Don’t worry. Figaro can help, and he might just be the best wingman in all of opera!

Charming and clever Rosina has captured the attention of two men: the older Dr. Bartolo and the wealthy Count Almaviva. Enter Seville’s barber, Figaro, who is enlisted by the Count to assist him in winning Rosina’s heart, and does so through a series of hilarious pranks and disguises.



Massenet’s Thaïs Saturday, May 9, 2020 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
Massenet’s Thaïs

Artists: Kenneth Montgomery, conductor | Andrea Cigni, director | Nicole Heaston, Thaïs | Troy Cook, Athanaël | Dominick Chenes, Nicias

She’s the sinner. He’s the saint. But what happens when those roles are reversed? Will either of them survive? (Hint: this is opera)

Athanaël, a Cenobite monk, resolves to convert his acquaintance Thaïs, the most admired courtesan in Alexandria, to a life of piety and devotion. After first mocking his conversion attempt, she meditates and determines to follow him despite the violent crowds who try to prevent her from leaving. As Thaïs enters the convent and her new life, Athanaël recognizes that he loves her desperately, but also that it may be too late for them.