La Traviata - SOLD OUT!

LA TRAVIATA


Tickets on Sale August 17th 2021!


MassOpera welcomes you back to live performance once again, with an immersive production of La Traviata!  Our performers will bring this opera to life as they lead you to four different locations throughout the Eustis Estate in Milton, MA.   With 18 performances limited to 30 audience members per performance, this will be one of the most intimate and unique performance experiences you’ve ever had!  And with 6 different women portraying the lead character of Violetta, each performance will offer a singular portrayal of the ultimate tragic heroine.

Join us for opening night and closing night receptions, Sunday, October 17th and Sunday, October 24th.

Please note that MassOpera will require proof of vaccination for all of our audience members to ensure the highest level of safety for our patrons, staff, performers, board, volunteers and special guests.  When you arrive at the Eustis Estate there will be staff checking proof of vaccination.  You can present the actual vaccine card OR a digital photo of the vaccine card as proof of vaccination.  We thank you for your patience and understanding while we do this.

ALSO A NOTE ON ACCESSIBILITY: Audience members move to different locations inside and outside the first floor of the mansion during the performance. The production is committed to being as accessible as possible and the mansion has ramps into the hall and each location has seating. Dress appropriately for the weather as you will be outside for part of the experience.

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Dates & Times:

Sunday, October 17th, 3 performances @ 4:30 PM (sold out), 6 PM (sold out), & 7:30 PM (sold out)

Tuesday, October 19th, 3 performances @ 5 PM (sold out), 6:30 PM (sold out), & 8 PM (sold out)

Thursday, October 21st, 3 performances @ 5 PM (sold out), 6:30 PM (sold out), & 8 PM (sold out)

Friday, October 22nd, 3 performances @ 5 PM (sold out), 6:30 PM (sold out), & 8 PM (sold out)

Saturday, October 23rd, 3 performances @ 5 PM (sold out), 6:30 PM (sold out), & 8 PM (sold out)

Sunday, October 24th, 3 performances @ 4:30 PM (sold out), 6 PM (sold out), & 7:30 PM (sold out)

Tickets: $75 Regular; $35 Students

Venue: Eustis Estate Museum – A Historic New England Property
Composer: Giuseppe Verdi
Librettist: Francesco Maria Piave
Conductor: Daniel P. Ryan
Stage Director: Katy Early
PRODUCTION PARTNER:

CAST BREAKDOWN BY PERFORMANCE

Sunday, October 17th @ 4:30 PM:  Violetta, played by Tamara Ryan; Alfredo, played by David Bozón; Germont, played by Ron Williams; and Flora, played by Vanessa Naghdi.  Ensemble: Karlie Traversa, Kathryn Tolley, Gift Anyagwochu, and Chao Ma.

Sunday, October 17th @ 6 PM:  Violetta, played by Shaina Martinez; Alfredo, played by Omar Najmi; Germont, played by Martha Warren; and Flora, played by Melynda Davis.  Ensemble: Abby Mae Rogers, Rachel Abrams, Gray Leiper, and Ai Ra.

Sunday, October 17th @ 7:30 PM:  Violetta, played by Sarah Joyce Cooper; Alfredo, played by Carl Rosenthal; Germont, played by Emily Geller; and Flora, played by Jessica Trainor Tasucu.  Ensemble: Sarah Mahon, Bek Zehr, Max Rydqvist, and Dong Zhao.

Tuesday, October 19th @ 5 PM:  Violetta, played by Carina DiGianfilippo; Alfredo, played by Omar Najmi; Germont, played by Martha Warren; and Flora, played by Melynda Davis.  Ensemble: Abby Mae Rogers, Rachel Abrams, Gray Leiper, and Ai Ra.

Tuesday, October 19th @ 6:30 PM:  Violetta, played by Mary Letellier; Alfredo, played by Carl Rosenthal; Germont, played by Emily Geller; and Flora, played by Jessica Trainor Tasucu.  Ensemble: Sarah Mahon, Bek Zehr, Max Rydqvist, and Dong Zhao.

Tuesday, October 19th @ 8 PM:  Violetta, played by Alisa Cassola; Alfredo, played by David Bozón; Germont, played by Ron Williams; and Flora, played by Vanessa Naghdi.  Ensemble: Karlie Traversa, Kathryn Tolley, Gift Anyagwochu, and Chao Ma.

Thursday, October 21st @ 5 PM:  Violetta, played by Sarah Joyce Cooper; Alfredo, played by Carl Rosenthal; Germont, played by Emily Geller; and Flora, played by Jessica Trainor Tasucu.  Ensemble: Sarah Mahon, Bek Zehr, Max Rydqvist, and Dong Zhao.

Thursday, October 21st @ 6:30 PM:  Violetta, played by Tamara Ryan; Alfredo, played by David Bozón; Germont, played by Ron Williams; and Flora, played by Vanessa Naghdi.  Ensemble: Karlie Traversa, Kathryn Tolley, Gift Anyagwochu, and Chao Ma.

Thursday, October 21st @ 8 PM:  Violetta, played by Shaina Martinez; Alfredo, played by Omar Najmi; Germont, played by Martha Warren; and Flora, played by Melynda Davis.  Ensemble: Abby Mae Rogers, Rachel Abrams, Gray Leiper, and Ai Ra.

Friday, October 22nd @ 5 PM:  Violetta, played by Alisa Cassola; Alfredo, played by David Bozón; Germont, played by Ron Williams; and Flora, played by Vanessa Naghdi.  Ensemble: Karlie Traversa, Kathryn Tolley, Gift Anyagwochu, and Chao Ma.

Friday, October 22nd @ 6:30 PM:  Violetta, played by Carina DiGianfilippo; Alfredo, played by Omar Najmi; Germont, played by Martha Warren; and Flora, played by Melynda Davis.  Ensemble: Abby Mae Rogers, Rachel Abrams, Gray Leiper, and Ai Ra.

Friday, October 22nd @ 8 PM:  Violetta, played by Mary Letellier; Alfredo, played by Carl Rosenthal; Germont, played by Emily Geller; and Flora, played by Jessica Trainor Tasucu.  Ensemble: Sarah Mahon, Bek Zehr, Max Rydqvist, and Dong Zhao.

Saturday, October 23rd @ 5 PM:  Violetta, played by Shaina Martinez; Alfredo, played by Omar Najmi; Germont, played by Martha Warren; and Flora, played by Melynda Davis.  Ensemble: Abby Mae Rogers, Rachel Abrams, Gray Leiper, and Ai Ra.

Saturday, October 23rd @ 6:30 PM:  Violetta, played by Sarah Joyce Cooper; Alfredo, played by Carl Rosenthal; Germont, played by Emily Geller; and Flora, played by Jessica Trainor Tasucu.  Ensemble: Sarah Mahon, Bek Zehr, Max Rydqvist, and Dong Zhao.

Saturday, October 23rd @ 8 PM:  Violetta, played by Alisa Cassola; Alfredo, played by David Bozón; Germont, played by Ron Williams; and Flora, played by Vanessa Naghdi.  Ensemble: Karlie Traversa, Kathryn Tolley, Gift Anyagwochu, and Chao Ma.

Sunday, October 24th @ 4:30 PM:  Violetta, played by Mary Letellier; Alfredo, played by Carl Rosenthal; Germont, played by Emily Geller; and Flora, played by Jessica Trainor Tasucu.  Ensemble: Sarah Mahon, Bek Zehr, Max Rydqvist, and Dong Zhao.

Sunday, October 24th @ 6 PM:  Violetta, played by Tamara Ryan; Alfredo, played by David Bozón; Germont, played by Ron Williams; and Flora, played by Vanessa Naghdi.  Ensemble: Karlie Traversa, Kathryn Tolley, Gift Anyagwochu, and Chao Ma.

Sunday, October 24th @ 7:30 PM:  Violetta, played by Carina DiGianfilippo; Alfredo, played by Omar Najmi; Germont, played by Martha Warren; and Flora, played by Melynda Davis.  Ensemble: Abby Mae Rogers, Rachel Abrams, Gray Leiper, and Ai Ra.

CAST

Rachel Abrams

Rachel Abrams

Ensemble - Mezzo-soprano

Bio

Mezzo-soprano Rachel Abrams is thrilled to make her debut with Mass Opera in their production of La Traviata. This summer, she sang in a concert of opera excerpts from Così fan tutte, Rigoletto, Lakmé, and Trouble in Tahiti with Delaware Valley Opera and in the professional ensemble of Berkshire Opera Festival’s Falstaff. Later this fall, she returns to Connecticut Lyric Opera as Ida in Die Fledermaus and performs as the alto soloist in Cappella Cantorum’s Messiah – Sing or Listen. Rachel has been a young artist with Winter Opera St. Louis, Nahant Music Festival, Connecticut Lyric Opera, and Finger Lakes Opera.
Gift Anyagwochu

Gift Anyagwochu

Ensemble - Baritone

Bio

Gfit Anyagwochu is a graduate student at the Longy school of music and is currently studying voice under David Small. A Baritone, born in Nigeria where opera music is not popular, he grew up to be one of the best operatic baritones in Nigeria and has also helped in tutoring other young singers who aspire to be opera singers. Having had his first professional voice tutor in 2016, Gift has performed major roles in operas by notable composers such as Rossini, Mozart, Arthur and Sullivan, Donizetti, and a few others, hence expanding his lyrical repertoire. After graduating from the University of Lagos, he ventured into making music a healing art by performing for children with autism, cerebral palsy and for patients with mental disorder. He aspires to be one of the best African Baritones to perform in major Opera houses both local and internationally.
Alisa Cassola

Alisa Cassola

Violetta

Bio

 
David Bozón

David Bozón

Alfredo

Bio

David Rivera Bozón is an international tenor with more than seventeen years of performing experience. The core of his career is to share with love the joy of singing.  Recent highlights includes Boston Singer´s Resource Composer´s Lab, Opera Talk Italy’s Opera at Petit Robert, Opera on Tap Flowers and Opera, NEMPAC Balcony Series at Tresca, Opera Evening with Veronica Robles Cultural Center. The title role in Mozart´s Idomeneo with the New England Conservatory Opera, Dallas from Service Provider by Christopher Weiss with Helios Opera and Alfredo from Traviata with MassOpera.  David proudly holds degrees from New England Conservatory and National University of Colombia Conservatory.
Sarah Joyce Cooper

Sarah Joyce Cooper

Violetta

Bio

Sarah Joyce Cooper has been hailed for her “meltingly beautiful” (Opera News) singing and “alluring” (Don & Catharine Bryan Cultural Series) stage presence.  This fall, she looks forward to making her debut with Opera Western Reserve as Juliette in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette. She also looks forward to returning to Boston Opera Collaborative to perform the role of Sabrina in the new opera In the Fragrant House of Serenity by Beth Ratay. In the spring, she will make her debut with City Lyric Opera in New York City as Alice in a Elizabeth Raum’s The Garden of Alice.
Melynda Davis

Melynda Davis

Flora

Bio

Soprano, Melynda Davis, is a Boston based singer who specializes in opera, oratorio, and art song.  Ms. Davis has performed with companies such as Opera Boston, Opera Providence, Boston Lyric Opera, Empire Opera, NY Lyric Opera, MassOpera, and the Boston Pops. She has also been a finalist in Connecticut Opera Guild’s Competition, placed First in the Rhode Island NATS Competition and placed Second in Boston’s Leontyne Price Vocal Arts Competition. Melynda serves as a Board member for Opera on Tap Boston and is a member on their roster.  In 2022, Ms. Davis will make her debut with Greater Worcester Opera in the title role of Suor Angelica.
Carina DiGianfilippo

Carina DiGianfilippo

Violetta

Bio

 Italian-American Soprano, Carina DiGianfilippo, is excited to work with MassOpera once again, having last performed with them as Adele in Die Fledermaus. Most recently, she was the First Place Winner in the Concorso Internazionale Rolando Nicolosi Competition in Rome, Italy, performed Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro with Boston Opera Collaborative, and travelled to Shanghai, China, with alumni from the iSing! International Young Artists Festival to perform for the Committee of 100 Gala. You can catch her next as Charlene in Helios Opera’s movie production of Service Provider, airing in November. For more credits, please see www.carinadigianfilippo.com.
Emily Geller

Emily Geller

Germont

Bio

Emily Geller’s recent credits include: Sylvia in the world premiere of Chunky in Heat (Experiments in Opera and Contemporaneous as a part of New York Opera Fest), earning praise from Opera News for the “layers of complexity” brought to the role; Suzuki in Madama Butterfly and Flora in La traviata (Teatro Lirico d’Europa- US Tour); and alto soloist in Handel’s Messiah (MidAtlantic Symphony Orchestra). Other notable engagements include Prince Orlofsky in Die Fledermaus (Tri-Cities Opera), Alma Hix in The Music Man (St. Petersburg Opera), and Oreste in La belle Hélène (Opera North).
Gray Leiper

Gray Leiper

Ensemble - Baritone

Bio

Gray Leiper is a Boston based baritone, voice teacher, and music. Hailed for his “clear baritone and vocal mastery”, his recent credits include Figaro (Il barbiere di Siviglia), Dottore Malatesta (Don Pasquale), Un Uffiziale (Maria, regina d’Inghilterra), Papageno (Die Zauberflöte), The Businessman (The Little Prince), Assan (The Consul), Guglielmo (Così fan tutte), Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro), Dandini (La Cenerentola), Andy Warhol (Jackie-O), and Top (The Tenderland). An active member of the Boston music community, Leiper maintains a private voice studio and has sung with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Odyssey Opera, Metropolitan Chorale, NEMPAC Opera Project, and Seraphim Singers.
Mary Letellier

Mary Letellier

Violetta

Bio

Lyric coloratura soprano Mary Johnston Letellier brings her warm, expressive voice and strong dramatic instincts to a wide variety of repertoire. This spring, Ms. Letellier will originate the role of Conrad/Conradine in The Secret Princess at Snowlion Repertory Theatre. This past season, she was proud to lend her voice to Still Dreaming: A Tribute to MLK at Milton Community Concerts, and to the Black Lives Matter Faculty Concert at University of Southern Maine.  Ms. Letellier received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Opera Performance from The Boston Conservatory. She currently teaches at USM, 317 Main Community Music Center, and the Portland Conservatory of Music, in addition to her private voice studio.
Chao Ma

Chao Ma

Ensemble - Tenor

Bio

Chao Ma is a Tenor who believes that music has no borders. He uses his music to convey positive energy to diverse cultures around the world. Chao Ma won the First Prize of the “Beauty in Youth” China Radio and Television music competition. Chao Ma has performed Figaro with the Boston Opera Collaborative, Aida with Spanish opera house. He has also premiered We the Innumerable with Opera America in New York. He is currently pursuing his DMA at the Harrt school.
Sarah Mahon

Sarah Mahon

Ensemble - Soprano

Bio

Sarah Mahon, soprano, is a versatile singer and classically-trained dancer who is equally at home in opera, musical theater, and concert works. After graduating from Peabody Conservatory, her affinity for comedy led her to some of her favorite roles such as First Lady in Die Zauberflöte, Madame Herz in Mozart’s The Impresario, Rose Maybud in Ruddigore, Pitti-Sing in The Mikado, and Joanne in Company. On the dramatic side, she portrayed Micaëla in Carmen, Flora in La Traviata, and Cinderella in Into the Woods. She is thrilled to return to live performance with the wonderful musicians at MassOpera.
Shaina Martinez

Shaina Martinez

Violetta

Bio

Shaina Martinez is a lyric soprano whose repertoire includes Mozart heroines, such as Fiordiligi, Donna Elvira and Donna Anna, and Verdi and Puccini leading ladies such as Cio Cio San and Violetta. She has received awards from prestigious competitions such as Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competition, Washington International Competition, and National Federation of Music Clubs. She has worked with Florida Grand Opera, Opera Maine, Opera Lafayette, the Bermuda Festival, and the Grant Park Music Festival. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from University of Maryland and a Master’s degree from Manhattan School of Music. Upcoming engagements include the title role in Viardot’s Cendrillon with City Lyric Opera in December.
Vanessa Naghdi

Vanessa Naghdi

Flora

Bio

Vanessa Naghdi is a young Persian-American soprano originally from the Washington, D.C. area. This season, she created the role of Linda in the world premiere of Reap What You Soul by Gala Flagello and will be debuting The Foreign Princess in Rusalka with Promenade Opera Project. Ms. Naghdi also joins Sparrow Live as a Resident Artist for their inaugural group of performers. Past seasons have included performances as Nannetta in Falstaff with Opera Colorado and Social Distance Opera, Pamina and 1st Lady in The Mini-Magic Flute with Arizona Opera, and Tormentilla in The Poisoned Kiss (Concert) with Passion Project: Opera.
Omar Najmi

Omar Najmi

Alfredo

Bio

Tenor Omar Najmi maintains a dual career as a performer and composer. His recent performances include the creation of the title role in the world-premiere of Hamlet with Bulgaria’s State Opera Rousse, Tito in La Clemenza di Tito with Opera Steamboat, and San Giovanni in Emmanuel Music’s video performance of La Resurrezione. Upcoming performances include Goro in Madama Butterfly with Boston Lyric Opera, and Rodolfo in La Boheme with Opera Steamboat. Omar premiered his first opera, En la ardiente oscuridad, in 2019. As a current recipient of the LIve Arts Boston grant, Omar will present an orchestral workshop of his newest opera – This is not that dawn – in June.
Ai Ra

Ai Ra

Ensemble - Tenor

Bio

 A Florida native, this is Ai Ra’s debut performance in the New England area. Prior to the pandemic, he performed Il Conte d’Almaviva in Il barbiere di Siviglia at Opera in the Ozarks, Monostatos in Landlocked Opera’s Die Zauberflöte, and then Don Ottavio in a virtual production of Don Giovanni with Spotlight on Opera.  Ai is a graduate of the Florida State University, where he received both a B.A. and B.S. He completed his Master of Music at the UMKC in 2020 and has recently come to Boston to achieve a Master of Science in Bioinformatics at Northeastern University. 
Abby Mae Rogers

Abby Mae Rogers

Ensemble - Soprano

Biod

Carl Rosenthal

Carl Rosenthal

Alfredo

Bio

Praised as “compelling and splendid”, Carl Rosenthal returns to La Traviata after having appeared as Alfredo in MIOpera’s motion picture version of Verdi’s classic earlier this summer. Other favorite roles for the tenor include Rodolfo (La Bohème), Rinuccio (Gianni Schicchi), Don José (Carmen), Prince Charming (Viardot’s Cendrillon), Tamino (Die Zauberflöte), and the Celebrant (Bernstein’s MASS). Later this season, he will join Virginia’s Shakespeare Opera Theatre as Cassio in Verdi’s Otello. Originally from Arlington, Virginia, Rosenthal earned degrees from Columbia University and Indiana University and worked as a mathematics teacher in New York City before pursuing a career in classical music. www.carlrosenthal.com 
Tamara Ryan

Tamara Ryan

Violetta

Bio

Tamara Ryan, soprano, is known for her nuanced and sensitive portrayals of women experiencing and responding to trauma and loss–a calling that she pursues both as a Boston-based soprano and as the founder and General Director of Opera Fayetteville. Hailed by the Boston Globe as a “breathtakingly solid soprano” and by the Cleveland Plain Dealer as “fearless,” she has appeared in recent seasons as Stephanie in Jake Heggie’s To Hell and Back, Madame de Tourvel in Conrad Susa’s The Dangerous Liaisons, Sonny in Dan Visconti and Cerise Lim Jacobs’ Permadeath, Almera in Nico Muhly’s Dark Sisters, Older Alyce in Tom Cipullo’s Glory Denied, and in the title role of Dominick Argento’s Miss Havisham’s Wedding Night.
Max Rydqvist

Max Rydqvist

Ensemble - Baritone

Bio

Max Rydqvist, baritone, graduated magna cum laude with a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the College of Fine Arts at Boston University (2018) and with a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the State University of New York at Binghamton (2016). Recent stage roles include Papageno and Der Sprecher in Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte,” Angelo in Wagner’s “Das Liebesverbot,” Pandolfe in Massenet’s “Cendrillon,” Ben in Menotti’s “The Telephone”, David in Samuel Barber’s “A Hand of Bridge” and A-Rab in Leonard Bernstein’s “West Side Story”. Recent concert appearances include baritone soloist in a Nordic Art Song Recital, chorus and bass soloist from Handel’s “Messiah” as well as baritone soloist in Brahms’ “Liebeslieder Waltzes” with Church on the Hill, and an American Art Song Recital at the Bay View Music Festival.
Jessica Trainor Tasucu

Jessica Trainor Tasucu

Flora

Bio

 
Kathryn Tolley

Kathryn Tolley

Ensemble - Mezzo-soprano

Bio

Described as a poised and engaging performer, Mezzo soprano Kathryn Tolley has graced many stages in the Greater Boston area and beyond. Previous roles include Dorabella (Così fan tutte) with Lowell House Opera, Metella (Silla) with Cambridge Chamber Ensemble, Jo March (Adamo’s Little Women) with Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, Hansel (Hansel and Gretel) with Opera51, Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro) with the BU Opera Institute, and the title role of Handel’s Rinaldo with Chicago Summer Opera. Most recently, she developed a site-specific solo program titled “Sunset Garden Music” performed at Long Hill in Beverly with Theater in the Open. She holds an MM in Voice from Boston University.
Karlie Traversa

Karlie Traversa

Ensemble - Soprano

Bio

Karlie Traversa – Originally from the Chicagoland area, Karlie has sung for many concerts and productions.  While in graduate study, Karlie has sung for the Los Angeles Chamber Choir, recorded for PBS’ “The Celebration of Music with Ethan Bortnick”, recorded for an NBC Documentary, and recorded an album of renaissance music with The Byrd Ensemble.  She studied a second graduate degree in Cambridge at the Longy School of Music. After her first year, she sang as Despina in Varna International’s production of Cosí fan tutte. Last year, she sang as “Brittany” in the demo recording of “Moms: The Musical”.
Martha Warren

Martha Warren

Germont

Bio

Martha Warren has performed leading roles with Boston Lyric Opera/Opera New England, Longwood Opera, Raylynmor Opera and Masterworks Chorale. Her BLO debut, singing 37 performances of the Mother and the Witch in Humperdinck’s ‘Hansel and Gretel’ was seen by over 10,000 people, and she received warm reviews for her Michaela in ‘Carmen’ and Musetta in ‘La Boheme’ for Granite State Opera. Of her Katisha for Greater Worcester Opera, the Worcester Telegram and Gazette said, “Warren… has a fine voice and does a masterful job with one of the most intricately layered characters in the show.” Martha maintains a private voice studio and works as a music director in local theater.
Ron Williams

Ron Williams

Germont

Bio

Recognized nationwide for his artistry in the field of opera and oratorio, Ron Williams continues to garner acclaim for his work onstage and in the concert hall. He has sung leading roles with several operacompanies nationally, including San Francisco Spring Opera and Michigan Opera Theatre. Locally, Ron debuted with Boston Lyric Opera in the revival of Kurt Weill’s Lost in the Stars, receivingcritical acclaim from the New York TimesRon made his European concert debut in Germany with the Düsseldorf Chamber Orchestra. His stagedebut was in Saint Gallen, Switzerland.For information go to d
Bek Zehr

Bek Zehr

Ensemble - Mezzo-soprano

Bio

Bek is a mezzo from Carthage, NY who has been featured in roles such as Orfeo in Orfeo ed Euridice, Posthumus in Shakespeare’s Cymbeline, Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro. Above all, Bek enjoys being part of an ensemble that brings all of the moving parts of the story together; this production of La Traviata does just that — moving throughout the story and the majestic Eustis Estate. Bek would like to thank everyone who continues to value the importance of art in our lives by actively supporting artists and performers of all forms.
Dong Zhao

Dong Zhao

Ensemble - Tenor

Bio

Chinese tenor Zhao Dong Graduated from north university college of art, advance certificate from Aaron Copland school of Queens College.  She was studying vocal singing skills with Dr. Sherry Overholt, Professor Sidney Outlaw and pianist Huang Xinyi in New York, and studied with Dr. Kathryn Wright in Boston, recently studying in Longy Music School with Dr. Dana Varga. Zhao Dong has been invited in many artistic performances and concerts. Has been invited to commemorate the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the United Nations Global human peace council “human peace week” series of activities the opening show, the 4th star of campus culture show Chinese non-material cultural heritage of the United Nations headquarters in China Lincoln international arts festival on campus, 2017 north American colleges and universities in the United States large Spring Festival evening, and the world youth symphony orchestra and chorus, South Korea’s David’s Culture Orchestra and Choir perform at Carnegie Hall.

CREATIVE TEAM

Composer
Giuseppe Verdi

Librettist
Franesco Maria Piave

Stage Director
Katy Early

Conductor & Orchestrator
Daniel P. Ryan

Production Manager
Carla Maniscalco-Giovinco

Production Stage Manager
Julie Marie Langevin

Set & Props Designer
Michelle Sparks

Lighting Designer
Erik Fox

Costume Designer
Jen Greeke

Technical Director
Matthew Breton

Assistant Director & Intimacy Director
Lauren Cook

Assistant Costume Designer
Billie Anne Greeke

Assistant Stage Manager
Sarah Simon

Assistant Costume Designer
Billie Anne Greeke

COVID Safety Manager
Karen Rogers

ORCHESTRA

Violin 1
Cimone Phillips

Violin 2
Rafael Natan

Viola
Caroline Drozdiak

Cello
Christine Mello

Percussion
Dan Pelletier

Clarinet
Yhasmin Valenzuela-Blanchard

Assistant Conductor & Act III Pianist
Timothy Steele

Act IV Violinist
Anna Harris

Rehearsal Pianist
James Myers

Rehearsal Pianist
Brendon Shapiro

Rehearsal Pianist
Maja Tremiszewska

VENUE

EUSTIS ESTATE MUSEUM
A HISTORIC NEW ENGLAND PROPERTY
1424 CANTON AVENUE, MILTON, MA 02186

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