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BWW Review: SEATTLE OPERA TOSCA at Home Computer Screens Photo BWW Review: SEATTLE OPERA TOSCA at Home Computer Screens
by Maria Nockin - Jun 14, 2021

Seattle Opera’s film of Puccini’s Tosca, that can be streamed starting June 25, opened with the escape of political prisoner Cesare Angelotti who was once a friend of Cavaradossi. Angelotti, sung by bass Adam Lau, was exhausted from running, surmounting walls, and crashing through fences. His clothes were tattered and he almost fell into the cooling water of the church’s Baptismal Font.

Seattle Opera Unveils First Outdoor Recital Seriesâ€"and More Photo Seattle Opera Unveils First Outdoor Recital Seriesâ€"and More
by A.A. Cristi - May 19, 2021

From a new streaming production of Tosca filmed at a historic Seattle cathedral, to live outdoor recitals at Seattle Center, and a conductor dialogue on race and gender, there's plenty of ways to engage with music through Seattle Opera's June offerings.

Music and Arts Lovers Can Now Purchase 'Single Tickets' to Seattle Opera Streams Photo Music and Arts Lovers Can Now Purchase 'Single Tickets' to Seattle Opera Streams
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 6, 2021

Seattle Opera is introducing “single tickets” to its 2021 streaming productions of Don Giovanni, Flight, and Tosca—plus a bonus reprise of The Elixir of Love. This is the company’s first foray into pay-per-view streaming content, which can be enjoyed by opera lovers worldwide.

Seattle Opera Presents IL TROVATORE Photo Seattle Opera Presents IL TROVATORE
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 3, 2018

When Verdi sat down to compose Il trovatore, he had no idea that he was creating opera's version of Game of Thrones. But this is how stage director Dan Wallace Miller describes this tale of revenge, which opens at McCaw Hall in January 2019. Similar to a certain TV show, Il trovatore is dark and brutal-the most merciless of all nineteenth-century operas. And yet, it's also a crowd-pleaser, one known for lengthy applause during the middle of performances. Why? Miller says it's all about the music.

WNO Presents SILENT NIGHT Photo WNO Presents SILENT NIGHT
by BWW News Desk - Nov 10, 2018

Washington National Opera celebrates the centennial of the WWI Armistice with Kevin Puts's Pulitzer Prize-winning opera Silent Night, November 10-25, in the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater. Tickets start at $35. Based on the true story of a wartime ceasefire, an event depicted by the 2005 film Joyeux Noel, Silent Night features a cast comprised entirely of WNO family-current members and alumni from the Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program and WNO Chorus-with libretto in multiple languages that capture a powerful vision of humanity and hope. With gratitude for their sacrifice and service, Washington National Opera presents Silent Night in honor of all Veterans and members of the U.S. Armed Forces. In addition to hosting a Military Appreciation Day on Sunday, November 25, additional discounts to see the production will be offered for active-duty service members for select performances.

WNO Presents Kevin Puts's And Mark Campbell's SILENT NIGHT Photo WNO Presents Kevin Puts's And Mark Campbell's SILENT NIGHT
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 24, 2018

Washington National Opera celebrates the centennial of the WWI Armistice with Kevin Puts's and Mark Campbell's Pulitzer Prize-winning opera Silent Night, November 10-25, in the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater. Tickets start at $35. Based on the true story of a wartime ceasefire, an event depicted by the 2005 film Joyeux Noel,Silent Night features music by Kevin Puts and libretto by Mark Campbell and stars a cast comprised entirely of WNO family-current members and alumni from the Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program and WNO Chorus-with libretto in multiple languages that capture a powerful vision of humanity and hope. With gratitude for their sacrifice and service, Washington National Opera presents Silent Night in honor of all Veterans and members of the U.S. Armed Forces. In addition to hosting a Military Appreciation Day on Sunday, November 25, additional discounts to see the production will be offered for active-duty service members for select performances.

WNO Presents SILENT NIGHT Photo WNO Presents SILENT NIGHT
by Stephi Wild - Oct 18, 2018

Washington National Opera celebrates the centennial of the WWI Armistice with Kevin Puts's Pulitzer Prize-winning opera Silent Night, November 10-25, in the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater. Tickets start at $35. Based on the true story of a wartime ceasefire, an event depicted by the 2005 film Joyeux Noel, Silent Night features a cast comprised entirely of WNO family-current members and alumni from the Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program and WNO Chorus-with libretto in multiple languages that capture a powerful vision of humanity and hope. With gratitude for their sacrifice and service, Washington National Opera presents Silent Night in honor of all Veterans and members of the U.S. Armed Forces. In addition to hosting a Military Appreciation Day on Sunday, November 25, additional discounts to see the production will be offered for active-duty service members for select performances.

Bill Reid Gallery to Present INTANGIBLE Exhibition of Modern Works by Coast Salish Ar Photo Bill Reid Gallery to Present INTANGIBLE Exhibition of Modern Works by Coast Salish Artists
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2017

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents its next major exhibition, Intangible, a collection of evocative and diverse Coast Salish works on display from September 13 - December 10, 2017.

Bill Reid Gallery to Present INTANGIBLE Exhibition of Modern Works by Coast Salish Ar Photo Bill Reid Gallery to Present INTANGIBLE Exhibition of Modern Works by Coast Salish Artists
by BWW News Desk - Aug 9, 2017

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents its next major exhibition, Intangible, a collection of evocative and diverse Coast Salish works on display from September 13 - December 10, 2017.

Seattle Opera Presents THE COMBAT, 4/1
by Christina Mancuso - Mar 1, 2017

This April, Seattle Opera invites you to experience an intimate, immersive performance of The Combat-a star-crossed love story between a Muslim warrior and the Christian knight she encounters in battle. GRAMMY-Award winning conductor Stephen Stubbs will lead singers and an early-music ensemble in a location usually only opera singers and stage directors get to see-the Seattle Opera rehearsal studios. Viewers will stand* for the 50-minute presentation, which is appropriate for all ages and offered without intermission.