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Fidelio Preview - West Seattle
6:30 PM

Norm Hollingshead's Opera Plus - Fidelio
7:00 PM

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Norm Hollingshead's Opera Plus - Fidelio
7:00 PM

3

Fidelio Preview - Edmonds
6:30 PM

Professional Development for Teaching Artists
6:30 PM

Norm Hollingshead's Opera Plus - Fidelio
7:00 PM

4

Fidelio Preview - Green Lake
2:00 PM

Norm Hollingshead's Opera Plus - Fidelio
7:00 PM

5 6

Fidelio Radio Preview
8:00 PM

7

Fidelio Preview - Frye
2:00 PM

8 9

Fidelio Preview - Freeland
12:00 PM

10

Fidelio Preview - Ballard
2:00 PM

11

Fidelio Preview - Seattle Central
12:00 PM

Professional Development: Choral Techniques
4:30 PM

12

Professional Development: Choral Techniques
9:00 AM

Opera Time One-Day Camp
9:00 AM

13

Teen Opera Players Fall Series
10:00 AM

BRAVO! Club Fidelio Happy Hour
4:30 PM

Pre-Performance Talk
6:00 PM

Fidelio
7:30 PM

BRAVO! Night
7:30 PM

Seattle Opera on KING FM
8:00 PM

Post-Performance Q&A
11:00 PM

14

Pre-Performance Talk
12:30 PM

Fidelio
2:00 PM

Post-Performance Q&A
5:30 PM

15 16

Seattle University Lecture Series
7:00 PM

17

Pre-Performance Talk
6:00 PM

Fidelio
7:30 PM

BRAVO! Night
7:30 PM

Post-Performance Q&A
11:00 PM

18 19 20

Teen Opera Players Fall Series
10:00 AM

Fidelio Preview - Kitsap Library (Sylvan)
2:15 PM

Pre-Performance Talk
6:00 PM

Fidelio
7:30 PM

Fidelio On The Air
7:30 PM

Post-Performance Q&A
11:00 PM

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Pre-Performance Talk
6:00 PM

Fidelio
7:30 PM

Post-Performance Q&A
11:00 PM

25 26 27

Teen Opera Players Fall Series
10:00 AM

Pre-Performance Talk
6:00 PM

Fidelio
7:30 PM

Seattle Opera on KING FM
8:00 PM

Post-Performance Q&A
11:00 PM

28 29

All Ears (Opera 101)
7:00 PM

30 31

Open auditions for 'Our Earth'
9:00 AM

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7:30 PM
Oct 13 - Oct 27, 2012
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Fidelio

Ludwig van Beethoven

Justice and love triumph over oppression and tyranny in Beethoven’s sole operatic work – a sublime celebration of freedom. Devoted wife Leonore poses as a man (Fidelio) in order to rescue her husband, wrongly imprisoned for his political beliefs. Beethoven’s highly dramatic score elevates the simple, powerful human drama to a higher plane. Vocal highlights include glorious ensembles, the moving “Prisoners’ Chorus,” an ecstatic love duet, and a triumphant final chorus that fills the stage with joy.


2:00 PM
Oct 13 - Oct 27, 2012
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Fidelio

Ludwig van Beethoven

Justice and love triumph over oppression and tyranny in Beethoven’s sole operatic work – a sublime celebration of freedom. Devoted wife Leonore poses as a man (Fidelio) in order to rescue her husband, wrongly imprisoned for his political beliefs. Beethoven’s highly dramatic score elevates the simple, powerful human drama to a higher plane. Vocal highlights include glorious ensembles, the moving “Prisoners’ Chorus,” an ecstatic love duet, and a triumphant final chorus that fills the stage with joy.


7:30 PM
Oct 13 - Oct 27, 2012
Explore
close

Fidelio

Ludwig van Beethoven

Justice and love triumph over oppression and tyranny in Beethoven’s sole operatic work – a sublime celebration of freedom. Devoted wife Leonore poses as a man (Fidelio) in order to rescue her husband, wrongly imprisoned for his political beliefs. Beethoven’s highly dramatic score elevates the simple, powerful human drama to a higher plane. Vocal highlights include glorious ensembles, the moving “Prisoners’ Chorus,” an ecstatic love duet, and a triumphant final chorus that fills the stage with joy.


7:30 PM
Oct 13 - Oct 27, 2012
Explore
close

Fidelio

Ludwig van Beethoven

Justice and love triumph over oppression and tyranny in Beethoven’s sole operatic work – a sublime celebration of freedom. Devoted wife Leonore poses as a man (Fidelio) in order to rescue her husband, wrongly imprisoned for his political beliefs. Beethoven’s highly dramatic score elevates the simple, powerful human drama to a higher plane. Vocal highlights include glorious ensembles, the moving “Prisoners’ Chorus,” an ecstatic love duet, and a triumphant final chorus that fills the stage with joy.


7:30 PM
Oct 13 - Oct 27, 2012
Explore
close

Fidelio

Ludwig van Beethoven

Justice and love triumph over oppression and tyranny in Beethoven’s sole operatic work – a sublime celebration of freedom. Devoted wife Leonore poses as a man (Fidelio) in order to rescue her husband, wrongly imprisoned for his political beliefs. Beethoven’s highly dramatic score elevates the simple, powerful human drama to a higher plane. Vocal highlights include glorious ensembles, the moving “Prisoners’ Chorus,” an ecstatic love duet, and a triumphant final chorus that fills the stage with joy.


7:30 PM
Oct 13 - Oct 27, 2012
Explore
close

Fidelio

Ludwig van Beethoven

Justice and love triumph over oppression and tyranny in Beethoven’s sole operatic work – a sublime celebration of freedom. Devoted wife Leonore poses as a man (Fidelio) in order to rescue her husband, wrongly imprisoned for his political beliefs. Beethoven’s highly dramatic score elevates the simple, powerful human drama to a higher plane. Vocal highlights include glorious ensembles, the moving “Prisoners’ Chorus,” an ecstatic love duet, and a triumphant final chorus that fills the stage with joy.

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Photo Credit

La Bohème: Marcus DeLoach (Schaunard), Ashraf Sewailam (Colline),
Gun-Brit Barkmin (Mimì), Scott Piper (Rodolfo),
and Michael Todd Simpson (Marcello)
© Rozarii Lynch