Olympic Feats of Opera

A smorgasbord of some of the most virtuosic works composed for the human voice, this experience is composed of arias that are quite simply Olympic feats of singing. Come and wonder at the impossible beauty of these works by Monteverdi, Handel and Mozart, including an aria from his iconic character the Queen of the Night, have a good laugh at Figaro’s expense in Rossini’s Largo from The Barber of Seville, hear operetta and even some selections from the golden age of Broadway. This is an hour of operatic goodness you won’t want to miss. And the crazy thing is, they make it look easy!

Gary Malvern, conductor
Bronwen Forbay, soprano
Keith Jameson, tenor
Bruce Shoonmaker, baritone