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WQED Preview of DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT: April 25
FRIENDS of Pittsburgh Opera: Artist Spotlight, April 26
Join FRIENDS of Pittsburgh Opera for a presentation by Pittsburgh's own basso buffo, Kevin Glavin. More...
Meet the Artists of DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT, May 5
OPENING MAY 2: DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT
Donizetti's frothy romantic comedy, with those famous nine high Cs! Get details and tickets.
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IN THE MEDIA: 30th anniversary of our Resident Artist program
Micaëla (Resident Artist Jasmine Muhammad) looks for Don José in Seville, but is met by admiring soldiers, including overly-firendly Morales (Resident Alex DeSocio). Photo by David Bachman.
The kids of Seville (Children's Festival Chorus members) greet the changing of the guard. Photo by David Bachman.
Carmen (Rinat Shaham) sings the Habanera and puts a spell on the Sevillian soldiers (Pittsburgh Opera Chorus and Supernumeraries). Photo by David Bachman.
Micaëla (Resident Artist Jasmine Muhammad) delivers a letter to Don José (AJ Glueckert) from his mother, encouraging him to marry Micaëla. Photo by David Bachman.
Bullfighter Escamillo sings about the glories of his career in the Toreador Song. Photo: David Bachman.
Don José (AJ Glueckert) gives Carmen (Rinat Shaham) a ring, and she seems happy...at first. Photo by David Bachman.
Lt. Zuniga (Resident Artist Phillip Gay) arrives at the tavern at a bad time, and is surrounded by smugglers (L-R, Dimitrie Lazich, Resident Artists Adelaide Boedecker, Adam Bonanni, Corrie Stallings). Photo by David Bachman.
Don José has fallen out of Carmen's favor, and is told to leave by one of the smugglers, Dancairo (Dimitrie Lazich). Photo by David Bachman
In the mountain hideaway, Carmen (Rinat Shaham) draws the card that spells death for her and for Don José.
At the arena in Seville, Escamillo (Morgan Smith) greets the crowds (Pittsburgh Opera Chorus and Supernumeraries). Photo by David Bachman.
Carmen's friends Mercedes and Frasquita (Resident Artists Corrie Stallings and Adelaide Boedecker) warn her (Rinat Shaham, center) that Don José is stalking her. Photo by David Bachman.