Halifax Summer Opera Festival–Don Giovanni

    August 4, 2018 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm America/Toronto Timezone
    Sir James Dunn Theatre
    Dalhousie Arts Centre

    One of Mozart’s most brilliant and ambiguous operas, apparently ripped from today’s headlines, about a sociopathic, celebrity serial abuser who almost gets away with it. Don Giovanni is the story of the women (and men) damaged by a philandering, roguish womanizer, all set to glorious music. Our #metoo modern-dress production will demonstrate just how relevant this 231 year old opera still is.

    In Italian, with projected English translations. Fully-staged and costumed and accompanied by piano and small orchestra.

    These performances feature talented young singers from across Canada and the world in town for the 14th annual Halifax Summer Opera Festival, a competitive opera training program. This is an opportunity to hear first class young singers in an intimate venue.

    conductor: Peter Oleskevich
    stage directors: Jason Davis and Nina Scott-Stoddart
    collaborative pianist: Giancarlo Scalia
    stage manager: Jessica Oliver
    set designer: Katrin Whitehead
    lighting designer: Sean Burke
    costume designer: Kelsey Stanger
    associate costume designer: Wyatt McDougall
    vocal and diction coach: Jon Paul Décosse

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