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Resurrection
Tod Machover
Laura Harrington with additional materials by Braham Murray
Braham Murray, Director; Simon Higlett, Set and Costume Designer; Chris Parry, Lighting Designer; Patrick Summers, Conductor
Scott Hendricks (Prince Dmitry Nekhlyudov); Joyce DiDonato (Katerina Maslova); Katherine Ciesinski (Sofia Ivanovna); Judith Christin (Sofia Korchagin/Old Woman); Raymond Very (Prince Myagkaya/Peter Simonson); Kerri Marcinko (Princess Missy Korchagin)
April 23, 1999
Houston Grand Opera Association, Inc.
Linked by a brief love affair in their past, Count Nekhlyudov and the prostitute Maslova surprisingly rediscover each other at a trial, where Maslova is the accused and Nekhlyudov sits on the jury. Maslova's conviction leads to a physical journey+--+she in a prison car to Siberia, with Nekhlyudov following all the way to seek her forgiveness+--+but also to a spiritual and metaphorical one, through which new life springs in the hearts of both characters, though in surprisingly different ways as both are "resurrected" by the end. The opera's premiere marked the centenary of the publication of Tolstoy's novel.
02:40
2
Chorus (45 singers)
32 players
2 Dancers
Lyrical
Stephanie Helms, Liason to the General Director and Music Director, Houston Grand Opera
510 Preston, Suite 500
Houston, TX 77002-1594
713-546-0249
Schedule of Performances Listings
Resurrection (Machover)
Wednesday, November 07, 2001 - Boston Lyric Opera
Resurrection (Machover)
Friday, April 23, 1999 - Houston Grand Opera
Resurrection (Handel)
Thursday, April 01, 1999 - Opera Atelier

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