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2014-2015 Virginia Opera
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Join Virginia Opera for a delightful evening of Arias and Duets from your favorite operas, operettas and musicals, including selections from our 2014-15, 40th Anniversary Season.
A quintessential quintet of Virginia Opera Mainstage and Emerging Artists will thrill you with their fresh voices and bring you to your feet, shouting Bravo!


Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 2:30 PM
Christopher Newport University's Music Hall
Sun 3/1/15 2:30PM General Admission Arias and Duets
Tue 3/3/15 7:30PM General Admission Arias and Duets
Sat 3/7/15 10:00AM General Admission The Princess and the Pea


La Traviata
2014-2015 Virginia Opera
La Traviata

To close this stunning season of stylistic highlights, Virginia Opera premieres [co-produced with, Des Moines Metro Opera] a brand new, glittering and glamorous traditional staging of La Traviata directed by Virginia Opera audience favorite, Lilian Groag, who stunned audiences last Spring with a vibrant and stylish Marriage of Figaro – Ms. Groag has worked with Virginia Opera for over 20 years and the tradition continues with this brand-new La Traviata. Conducted by Andrew Bisantz, in his Virginia Opera debut, this exciting American conductor enjoys a significant opera career and continues the Virginia Opera tradition of presenting major new talent. Cecilia Violetta Lopez stars as Violetta (leading lady) as does Rolando Sanz as Alfredo (leading man). Both of these proven stars illustrate the continuing tradition of Virginia Opera of bringing the best talent to Virginia by showcasing them on our stages – much like heralded Virginia Opera alums Ashley Putnam and Diana Soviero. A classic Italian opera composed by one of the masters of the art form – Giuseppe Verdi – La Traviata is the most performed opera in the world today and remains an audience favorite on our stages since the inaugural season when it was first performed in 1975. Set in decadent mid-1800’s Paris, the story tells of a lovely courtesan who falls in love with a man she cannot have.

Fri 3/13/15 8:00PM Harrison Opera House La Traviata
Sun 3/15/15 2:30PM Harrison Opera House La Traviata
Tue 3/17/15 7:30PM Harrison Opera House La Traviata


La Traviata - RVA
2014-2015 Virginia Opera
La Traviata - RVA

To close this stunning season of stylistic highlights, Virginia Opera premieres [co-produced with, Des Moines Metro Opera] a brand new, glittering and glamorous traditional staging of La Traviata directed by Virginia Opera audience favorite, Lilian Groag, who stunned audiences last Spring with a vibrant and stylish Marriage of Figaro – Ms. Groag has worked with Virginia Opera for over 20 years and the tradition continues with this brand-new La Traviata. Conducted by Andrew Bisantz, in his Virginia Opera debut, this exciting American conductor enjoys a significant opera career and continues the Virginia Opera tradition of presenting major new talent. Cecilia Violetta Lopez stars as Violetta (leading lady) as does Rolando Sanz as Alfredo (leading man). Both of these proven stars illustrate the continuing tradition of Virginia Opera of bringing the best talent to Virginia by showcasing them on our stages – much like heralded Virginia Opera alums Ashley Putnam and Diana Soviero. A classic Italian opera composed by one of the masters of the art form – Giuseppe Verdi – La Traviata is the most performed opera in the world today and remains an audience favorite on our stages since the inaugural season when it was first performed in 1975. Set in decadent mid-1800’s Paris, the story tells of a lovely courtesan who falls in love with a man she cannot have.

Fri 3/27/15 8:00PM Carpenter Theatre La Traviata
Sun 3/29/15 2:30PM Carpenter Theatre La Traviata


La Traviata - VB
2014-2015 Virginia Opera
La Traviata - VB

To close this stunning season of stylistic highlights, Virginia Opera premieres [co-produced with, Des Moines Metro Opera] a brand new, glittering and glamorous traditional staging of La Traviata directed by Virginia Opera audience favorite, Lilian Groag, who stunned audiences last Spring with a vibrant and stylish Marriage of Figaro – Ms. Groag has worked with Virginia Opera for over 20 years and the tradition continues with this brand-new La Traviata. Conducted by Andrew Bisantz, in his Virginia Opera debut, this exciting American conductor enjoys a significant opera career and continues the Virginia Opera tradition of presenting major new talent. Cecilia Violetta Lopez stars as Violetta (leading lady) as does Rolando Sanz as Alfredo (leading man). Both of these proven stars illustrate the continuing tradition of Virginia Opera of bringing the best talent to Virginia by showcasing them on our stages – much like heralded Virginia Opera alums Ashley Putnam and Diana Soviero. A classic Italian opera composed by one of the masters of the art form – Giuseppe Verdi – La Traviata is the most performed opera in the world today and remains an audience favorite on our stages since the inaugural season when it was first performed in 1975. Set in decadent mid-1800’s Paris, the story tells of a lovely courtesan who falls in love with a man she cannot have.

Sat 4/11/15 8:00PM SANDLER CENTER La Traviata
Sun 4/12/15 2:30PM SANDLER CENTER La Traviata