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Featuring mainstage classics Aida, Don Giovanni, and La Cenerentola, as well as groundbreaking new presentations, the Los Angeles Opera's 21/22 season invites audiences into the enchanting world of opera once more. The season sets off to a rousing start with Verdi's impassioned masterpiece Il Trovatore, featuring Verdi master and conductor James Conlon, in this new to Los Angeles production.
What is the story?
First performed in 1853, the barnstorming Il Trovatore is forged in fiery flames as a gypsy woman is burnt at the stake, setting off a spiral of secrecy, revenge, and tragedy. Around about the same time, the son of a local aristocrat also goes missing. As time wears on, the fate of young lovers Manrico and Leonora becomes entwined with the vengeful Count Di Luna and the gypsy woman's daughter Azucena. Tensions escalate when it comes to light that local ruler Count di Luna's missing brother may have also been lost to the fire...
Opening night: 18 September 2021
Performed in Italian with English subtitles
Approximately two hours, 45 minutes, with one intermission
You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.
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