Make sure to get your tickets for: Pagliacci

Mar 21, 2017 664

What do you get when acclaimed Greek female conductor, Zoe Zeniodi, conducts Opera Southwest’s production of Pagliacci? Answer: HISTORY IN THE MAKING! Be a part of history in the making when Opera Southwest welcomes its first female conductor ever, in a brilliant performance of Leoncavallo’s heartbreaking version of “tears of a clown.”

Leoncavallo's thriller is almost here! Make sure to get your tickets for Pagliacci (and if you already have them, tell your friends!). Buy Tickets for Pagliacci

Leoncavallo's Pagliacci is for aficionados and newcomers alike. The original true-crime thriller is full of passion, jealousy, and heartbreakingly gorgeous music that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.

March 26, 2:00 pm
March 29, 7:35 pm
March 31, 7:35 pm
April 2, 2:00 pm

All performances will be at the National Hispanic Cultural Center

In addition to a dazzling stage production and a visual feast of costumes, this production production will boast an Opera Southwest first. Acclaimed Greek guest conductor Zoe Zeniodi will be at the helm of the orchestra as the first woman to ever conduct for Opera Southwest.
Meet the Cast!

Canio / Raul Melo
Nedda / Cammy Cook
Tonio / Carlos Archuleta
Silvio / Paul Bower
Beppe / Michael David Gray

Conductor / Zoe Zeniodi
Stage Director / Pat Diamond

Spotlight: Cammy Cook
Lyric soprano, Cammy Cook is back! She is known for bringing a fervent realness to her work, which is quickly establishing her as a soprano in high demand. Cori Ellison, dramaturge at Glyndebourne Festival Opera, has said about her, "Her beautiful and technically secure full lyric soprano, as well as her strong musicianship and winning stage presence, are immediately evident..." Cammy has performed throughout the southwest and recently sang the role of Nedda as an Alumni Artist with the University of New Mexico's Opera Theatre. Find out more about the Albuquerque native here.


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