Seating will be limited to 300 attendees, and patrons will be seated in a socially-distanced configuration. Safety protocols will be followed to ensure the safety of all patrons, staff, and artists. Click here for details. This performance will be approx. 90 minutes with no intermission.
|Location||Date and Time|
|Schuster Center||April 24, 2021 3:00 pm|
|Schuster Center||April 24, 2021 8:00 pm|
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This performance will be live-streamed as it is being performed live in theater so that audience members can enjoy this concert in real time from the comfort of home. The performance stream will be available for on demand viewing through June 30, 2021.
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|Virtual||April 24, 2021 8:00 pm|
Enjoy DPAA Virtual Streams performances from Dayton Opera, Dayton Ballet, and Dayton Philharmonic from the safety and comfort of home. The in-theater performance of this program will be recorded and will be available after its premiere for on demand viewing through June 30, 2021.
|Location||Date and time|
|Virtual||April 29, 2021 8:00 pm|
Duration of performance: approx. 90 minutes (no intermission)
Music by GIUSEPPE VERDI
Libretto by FRANCESCO MARIA PIAVE
in Italian with English surtitles
THOMAS BANKSTON Artistic Director
JOHNATHON PAPE Stage Director
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
PATRICK REYNOLDS Conductor
CHLOÉ OLIVIA MOORE soprano – Violetta
MATTHEW VICKERS tenor – Alfredo
KENNETH SHAW bass-baritone – Germont
La Traviata: Essential Opera presents a second essential work of the opera repertory as we continue in a format that responds to the needs of our current times and to our artists and audience. The performance will also focus on the essence of the music and drama in an abridged, 90-minute production (with no intermission) that captures all of Verdi’s greatness in an exciting and 21st century way. We will continue to adhere to social distancing and other health parameters for a welcomed and safe experience for both our artists and audience.
In this tragic tale of love, like Alfredo, you will be swept away by Violetta’s celebrated charm, even if you know in advance that she is “la traviata” – the woman who strayed. Though their love is doomed from the start, it’s no less passionate. You’ll be riveted by the compelling story of thwarted love set to Verdi’s rich and evocative music. Bring a handkerchief for the end, when those who love her most gather around Violetta’s bedside in a final, heartbreaking ending.