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MDLO Young Artist Institute: An Evening of Mozart: The Da Ponte Operas

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The Maryland Lyric Opera Young Artist Institute presents an evening of excerpts from three of Mozart’s most celebrated operas; Le nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Cosi fan tutte. Hosted by Maestro Louis Salemno, the program will delight with the magic and drama of Mozart in an intimate setting. Written by celebrated librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte, these operas charm audiences with their brilliantly absurd plots and sublime music. Join us as the Maestro takes you inside these stories of lovers, louts and libertines.

 

To finish off the evening, there will be a reception with coffee and dessert following the performance where audience members can meet the artists and enjoy some refreshments.

Visit www.MDLO.org for more information. 

  • Youna Jang Hartgraves, soprano
  • Mary Feminear, soprano
  • Nanyoung Song, soprano
  • Caroline Hewitt, mezzo-soprano
  • Joseph Michael Brent, tenor
  • José Sacín, baritone
  • Adam Cioffari, bass-baritone
  • Louis Salemno, Director & Conductor
  • Joan Sullivan-Genthe, Lighting Designer
  • The Maryland Lyric Opera Orchestra

March 15 & 16, 2019 @ 7:30pm

Bethesda United Methodist Church

8300 Old Georgetown Road

Bethesda, MD 20814

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Bethesda United Methodist Church
8300 Old Georgetown Road
Bethesda, MD 20814

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Maryland Lyric Opera

A company committed to education, Maryland Lyric Opera’s mission is to provide employment to all creative artists who are part of the production of opera, and to bring together seasoned professionals with promising young talent for mutually rewarding collaborations.


To that end, the MDLO Young Artist Institute and High School Mentorship Programs were created to ensure that the next generations of singers are exposed to and have the opportunity to learn from experienced opera professionals who have spent years developing their craft in front of the public on the world’s stages.


MDLO is further dedicated to bringing performances to those who do not have regular access to the professional arts. Programs such as Sharing Music, Sharing Love bring unique operatic performances to vulnerable populations who are underserved and in need.


Maryland Lyric Opera continues to expand as it gathers experienced professionals in an effort to produce great works and pass on knowledge gained to future generations of music professionals: Louis Salemno as MDLO’s first Music Director, William Stone as Head of Voice Faculty of the MDLO Institute, Steven Gathman as Chorus master, Husan Park as Assistant Conductor, and Joan Sullivan-Genthe as Resident Lighting Designer.


In its short history, Maryland Lyric Opera has produced major operatic works by the likes of Donizetti, Gounod, Leoncavallo, Mascagni, and Menotti, Puccini, and has produced vocal competitions, outreach activities, aria concerts and chamber works.

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