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Rediscover New York City Opera this Spring. Don’t miss:

EMMAMUEL CHABRIER- ETOILE- MARCH 18-APRIL 3, 2010 La Belle Époque meets Broadway razzle–dazzle in Mark Lamos’s production of this rare comedic gem. The stylish staging, inspired by Toulouse ...

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Rediscover New York City Opera this Spring. Don’t miss:

EMMAMUEL CHABRIER- ETOILE- MARCH 18-APRIL 3, 2010 La Belle Époque meets Broadway razzle–dazzle in Mark Lamos’s production of this rare comedic gem. The stylish staging, inspired by Toulouse–Lautrec, brings his famous can–can girls to life with the effervescent choreography of Seán Curran. Celebrated tenor Jean–Paul Fouchécourt stars as the madcap king who tries to escape his destiny after the stars foretell that his fate is linked to one unlucky peddler.

GIACOMO PUCCINI - MADAMA BUTTERFLY- MARCH 19-APRIL 18, 2010 Mark Lamos’s Emmy Award–winning production captures the romance and pathos of this heart–wrenching tale. The radiant Shu–Ying Li reprises her role as the trusting geisha, whose love for her American naval officer ends tragically when Eastern and Western cultures collide.

GEORGE FREDERIC HANDEL - PARTENOPE - APRIL 3-17, 2010 Director Francisco Negrin’s modern production complements the luscious score in this gender–bending tale of royal passions, power struggles, and vital life lessons. Three princely suitors, sung by Anthony Roth Costanzo, Iestyn Davies, and Nicholas Coppolo, vie for the affections of Queen Partenope, portrayed by the luminous Cyndia Sieden.

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David H. Koch Theater - Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center
New York, NY