Opera Omaha’s Pagliacci Part 2
October 15th, 2018
Opera Omahaâ€™s Pagliacci opens this week. Itâ€™s the story of a weary actor and a marriage falling apart. First premiered in 1892, it will be re set just after World War II.
Featuring an interview with Conductor, Timothy Myers
Opera might be one of the most elaborate performative art forms, requiring so much collaboration between expert musicians, vocalists, and designers. The story is theatrical, but music holds the production together.Â Conducting opera is not an easy task, and there are some inherent challenges that complicate matters.
And of course, there are the considerations that must be made for each individual production.
Leoncavalloâ€™s Pagliacci, performed by Opera Omaha, is next week, Friday October 19th at 7:30pm and Sunday the 21st at 2:00pm at the Orpheum Theatre. For more information or tickets, visit OperaOmaha.org.
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