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<< April 25, 2018 >>
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Lucia di Lammermoor Metropolitan Opera
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L'amour et la mort: A night of French song
7:30PM - 9:00PM

Presented by Mary Kathryn Monday and Drew Watson

Mary Kathryn Monday, Mezzo-soprano and Drew Watson, Tenor along with pianist Christopher Berg, present "L'amour et la mort," a recital exploring the themes of love and loss in the French repertoire. Highlights include Les nuits d'été by Berlioz, Banalités by Poulenc, as well as selections from Manon (Massenet), Les Troyens (Berlioz), and more!

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Victor Herbert Renaissance Project
Enchantress, The

The Prince has come of age, but which Princess shall he choose? Where does true love come in? Add to this dilemma a bevy of devious advisors, all vying for the Prince's seat on the throne!  Then there's that divine, delicious, non-royal Enchantress!  What's a fellow to do?  Romance or farce?  You be the judgehe Prince has come of age, but which Princess shall he choose? Where does true love come in? Add to this dilemma a bevy of devious advisors, all vying for the Prince's seat on the throne!  Then there's that divine, delicious, non-royal Enchantress!  What's a fellow to do?  Romance or farce?  You be the judge..
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