Livermore Valley Opera Presents Free OperaLIVE! Events
February 24 & March 3 Outreach Programs Preview
MarchProduction of “La Traviata”
LIVERMORE, California – Continuing with its commitment of making opera more accessible to the community, Livermore Valley Opera will showcase talented opera singers who will appear in the March production of Verdi’s “La Traviata” in two OperaLIVE! events.
Details are as follows:
OperaLIVE! at the Pleasanton Public Library
• Sunday, February 24, 1:00 p.m.
OperaLIVE! at the Livermore Public Library, Civic Center
• Sunday, March 3, 2:00 p.m.
Both these programs are free public events. Please note the earlier start time at the Pleasanton Library on February 24 at 1:00 p.m.
The one-hour performances will feature professional opera singers performing arias from La Traviata as well as those from other well-known operas. Soprano Rebecca Davis, who will sing the role of Violetta in the Bankhead Theater production, and Tenor David Gustafson, who will sing the part of Alfredo, will be among the performers. Stage Director, Brian Luedloff, will speak about the March production and provide insights to the opera.
The singers will perform selections from Verdi’s classic opera as well as selected arias. Their performance will give listeners a taste of the wonderful talent that they will hear at the Bankhead Theater when ‘La Traviata’ opens March 9.
For more details on the full production of La Traviata and the library preview programs, please visit www.livermorevalleyopera.com