Best of Minnesota Opera

Date/Time

Oct 25, 2013
07:00 PM

Description

Figaro, Figaro! Celebrate The Sheldon’s 25th Anniversary with artists from the Minnesota Opera, the Red Wing High School Choir, the Red Wing Singers, Shattuck-St. Mary’s Choir, and Cannon Valley Regional Orchestra.

Some song that will be performed are:

  • Overture to The Marriage of Figaro, W.A Mozart
  • Lebiamo, or Drinking Song from La Traviata, Verdi
  • Va Pensiero, from Nabucco, Verdi 
  • Chorus of the three spirits from The Magic Flute, W.A. Mozart
  • Papageno and Papagena’s Duet from The Magic Flute, W.A. Mozart
  • Sull’aria, from The Marriage of Figaro, W.A. Mozart
  • Non piu andrai from The Marriage of Figaro, W.A. Mozart
  • Musetta’s Waltz from La Boheme, Puccini
  • Toreador’s aria from Carmen, Bizet
  • Make our Garden Grow from Candide, Bernstein

Cost

$14 for adults; $9.50 for students

Location

View map Sheldon Theatre
443 West 3rd St.
Red Wing, MN

Additional Information

Phone

651-388-8700

Contact email

buytickets@sheldontheatre.org

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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