OPERA: Cherubini’s Medea
David Bamberger, director
Harry Davidson, conductor
Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra
Cherubini’s Medea (1797), famous as one of the vehicles through which Maria Callas brought bel canto operas into the current repertoire, makes its Northern Ohio premiere. As told in Greek legend, Jason was happy to have Medea’s help to secure the Golden Fleece, but now he sees marriage to another woman as a good career move. He will learn the harrowing consequences of scorning wife number one, Medea. All productions include projected English text.
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$20 for adults, $15 for seniors and groups, $10 for students
Cleveland Institute of Music
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Cleveland, OH 44106
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