W.A. Mozart

Young Artists & Community Engagement Project: DON GIOVANNI -semi-staged performance

Sunday, June 11th at 6:30pm

On June 11th, Teatro Grattacielo’s and Camerata Bardi International Academy Young artists will take the stage to perform Mozart’s Don Giovanni. This is a momentous occasion that highlights the importance of young opera artists for the future of this beloved art form. Opera has been enjoyed by audiences for centuries, and it is up to the next generation of performers to keep its legacy alive.

These young singers represent the future of opera. These talented young performers have honed their craft, and they are poised to take the world by storm. Their skill, passion, and dedication to the art form ensure that opera will continue to thrive and evolve for years to come.

As we look forward to this exciting performance, we can’t help but feel optimistic about the future of opera. This is a time of great change and progress, and the upcoming generation of young opera artists is at the forefront of this movement. With their talent and enthusiasm, they are sure to blaze new trails and bring fresh perspectives to this timeless art form.

So mark your calendars for June 11th and join us in celebrating the incredible Young Opera Artists. Together, let’s applaud their dedication to art, their talent, and their role in shaping the future of opera.

LOCATION

Broadway Presbyterian Church, 601 W 114th St, New York, NY 10025

STARTING TIME

6:30pm EST

MUSIC BY

W.A. Mozart

​LIBRETTO BY

Lorenzo Da Ponte

​SUNG IN ITALIAN WITH ENGLISH SUPERTITLES

DESCRIPTION OF PERFORMANCE

Semi-Staged

​MEDIA PARTNER

WQXR | New York’s Classical Music Radio

CREATIVE TEAM

JASON TRAMM | Conductor
STEFANOS KORONEOS | Director

​CAST

LUCAS BOUK | Don Giovanni
LOGAN DOOLEY | Leporello
RICK AGSTER | Commendatore
STEPHANIE RIVERO | Donna Anna
STEPHANIE LORENZ | Donna Elvira
PEDRO BARRERA | Don Ottavio
LUNA SEONGEUN PARK | Zerlina
JOE GERVASE | Masetto

Sponsors

Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation

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