This Saturday at Noon, the LA Opera features Mozart's The Magic Flute. Under the baton of James Conlon, this celebration of true love conquering all transports audiences into an enchanted world where good faces the forces of darkness. Packed with exquisite singing and stage wizardry, Mozart's delightful blend of high comedy & serious drama enchants young & old alike. Post-opera programming presented by volunteer Lane Whitesell.
A riveting drama of love and jealousy, filled with famously alluring melodies, Carmen is one of the world’s most popular operas. This Saturday at Noon features Patricia Bardon in the lead role of Bizet’s masterpiece, with an immortal score that overflows with one delight after another. Post-opera programming presented by volunteer Lane Whitesell.
Saturday at Noon brings us the first LA Opera broadcast for the season. Music Director James Conlon conducts this unabashed celebration of Merrie Olde England’s lusty days and bawdy nights, starring Italian baritone Roberto Frontali. When Shakespeare’s portly knight of Windsor hatches a plot to improve his love life by courting two different married women, he launches a flood of comic chaos and romantic misadventure. Post-opera programming presented by volunteer Lane Whitesell.
This Saturday at Noon is the final Lyric Opera of Chicago broadcast of the season. Joyce DiDonato and Matthew Polenzani in Mozart's passionate, political opera set in ancient Rome, La clemenza di Tito. Post-opera programming presented by volunteer Lane Whitesell.
It’s like “The Little Mermaid” grown up. Beautiful and mysterious things happen in the dark woods. This week’s Lyric Opera of Chicago broadcast takes you there at noon with Ana María Martínez, Brandon Jovanovich, Eric Owens, Jill Grove, and Ekaterina Gubanova in a new production and company premiere of Dvořák’s heartbreaking fairytale fantasy, “Rusalka.” Lane Whitesell hosts.
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