Andriana Chuchmann, Santiago Ballerini, Craig Verm, Reginald Smith Jr., Karin Wolverton to headline the 2021-22 opera San Antonio season
The San Antonio Opera House has unveiled its plans for the 2021-22 season, which will include two operas.
The first is a production of “Don Giovanni. The opera will feature Craig Verm in the title role alongside Michael Samuel in Leporello and Mark Diamond in Massetto. Raquel GonzÃ¡lez will be Donna Anna with Karin Wolverton in Donna Elvira and Kresley Figueroa in Zerlina. To complete the cast, Joshua Dennis as Don Ottavio and Kevin Thompson playing the Commendatore. Robert Tweten directs a production directed by Garnett Bruce.
âThe collaboration between Mozart and Da Ponte has given us three pillars of the lyrical repertoire. Every time we produce one of these operas, like Don Giovanni, it is a thrill not only for the audience, but also for the performers, âOSA Music Director Francesco Milioto said in a statement. Press. âMozart’s music perfectly creates the characters and guides us through each scenario. For me, his true genius is fully exhibited in the ensembles and finals of his operas. Mozart’s ability to layer numerous singers into complex ensembles that serve dramatic rhythm is unprecedented and truly magical.
Performance dates: October 7 and 9, 2021
Tomer Zvulun will lead “RigolettoâWith a cast that includes James Westman, Santiago Ballerini, Andriana Chuchman, Andrea Silvestrelli, Sarah Saturnino, Reginald Smith Jr. and Bill McMurray, among others. Francesco Milioto conducts.
Performance dates: May 5 & 7, 2022
The company will also offer âExplore the Opera in the Park! The experience is kid-friendly and features live performances by the San Antonio Children’s Choir and the 2021 Apprentice Performers of the San Antonio Opera House.
Date of performance: August 7, 2021
There will also be several shows from past seasons, including a 2018 production of “La Traviata” starring Amanda Woodbury.