Posts Tagged ‘2015-2016’

La clemenza di Tito

October 20, 2015

See the full photo gallery for La clemenza di Tito The Roman emperor Titus’ choice of a woman to marry sets off a dangerous turn of events. How does he prevent a love quadrangle, attempted murder and a capitol in flames from leading to his demise? The Thornton Opera Program and the Thornton Symphony bring to life… Continue reading La clemenza di Tito

Frau Schindler

October 10, 2015

With the advent of scholarly research into the lives of Oskar and Emilie Schindler, additional insight has come to light. As an ordinary couple who became increasingly immersed in extraordinary circumstances, the Schindlers found themselves faced with the ultimate moral decision. Told from Emilie Schindler’s perspective, Frau Schindler is a serious, poignant opera. It examines… Continue reading Frau Schindler

Ariadne auf Naxos

September 4, 2015

What is a serious opera singer to do when she is playing a character who awaits death on a desert island and is continually interrupted by an underground cabaret comedy troupe, all performing at the whim of a spoiled wealthy Viennese nobleman in the Weimar era?! This is the confusing and hilarious premise of Richard… Continue reading Ariadne auf Naxos