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Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra Presents: La Traviata

The Orlando opera season is a small one so come and join us at the Friday night feature of Verdi's La Traviata. If you were like me thinking you wouldn't enjoy it, I definitely recommend giving it a try - I loved the raw talent of the vocalists that you don't ever hear in recorded music any more. Also, these stories are the ones that have inspired countless other plays, movies and plots over the years.

Orlando Philharmonic are running a special until midnight 5/2, with seats for $29 when booked 4 or more. I bought 4 so have 2 going that I will give you at what I paid for them ($60). Let me know, first come first served...


Based on the same play that inspired Moulin Rouge!, Verdi’s opera La Traviata is one of the most famous of all time. Experience this timeless romantic opera, set in Paris during the Parisian renaissance of the 1920s. Cuban soprano Elizabeth Caballero portrays Violetta, an infamous Parisian socialite who longs for passion, but is deathly afraid of being consumed by it. Despite her fears, she falls deeply in love with young Alfredo. Their love affair is cut short by Alfredo’s father and Violetta’s frail health. Verdi’s soaring melodies reveal every nuance of their stormy and steamy liaison. Sung in Italian with English supertitles. FEATURING
Christopher Wilkins, conductor
Frank McClain, director
Elizabeth Caballero, “Violetta”
Brian Jagde, “Alfredo”
Stephen Powell, “Giorgio”
Samantha Barnes-Daniel, “Flora”
Gabriel Preisser, “Baron Douphol”
Andrew Gray, “Marchese d’Obigny”
Thomas Potter, “Dottore Grenvil”
María Laetitia, “Annina”

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  • Lewis

    Hi Guys,

    Both tickets I had available are now gone so you will have to sort your own, but I look forward to seeing you all there! My number is[masked] so please give me a call when you're there - let's aim for 7.30 at the left hand side of the downstairs bar?

    See you then!

    May 7, 2014

    • laura

      no problem- grabbing one at the box office. are they doing a cocktail party before hand? at some events they have a mixer you need tickets for to get into the bar. (and you get like 2 cocktails and hordeorves)

      May 7, 2014

    • Lewis

      I don't believe so, I've not heard as much...

      May 9, 2014

  • Esteban

    I'm glad to see there is an interest in opera among all the usual type of meetups one's used to seeing.
    I attended a rehearsal and it was good. You're in for a good show. Both the Sentinel and the Weekly published positive previews today.
    Have fun, hope to join you at another concert.

    1 · May 8, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I've only been able to attend one other meetup. Just wanted to give the heads up that I will probably be attending this one and bringing a guest!

    1 · May 8, 2014

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