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Atlanta Opera: La Traviata

Closed March 10, 2013

Hanthorn has transformed the [Atlanta Opera] dramatically in the six seasons he's been here. The company has attracted more corporate support than ever, moved to the stylish Cobb Energy Centre for its main-stage productions, and greatly improved the level

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Why See Atlanta Opera: La Traviata?

Although La Traviata is now one of opera's most famous tales, its story is largely borrowed - it is based on a play called La dame aux Camelias which in turn was based on a novel by Alexandre Dumas's novel Camille. La Traviata, which is translated to mean The Fallen Woman, was written by the Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi and set in three acts. The opera was first staged in Venice in 1853.

This Atlanta Opera production of La Traviata marks the bicentennial anniversary of Giuseppe Verdi's birth and forms part of their 2012/2013 season.
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Opening night: 2 March 2013

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Sung in Italian with projected English translations

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Cast

Mary Dunleavy - Violetta Valery
Boris Rudak - Alfredo Germont
Weston Hurt - Giorgio Germont
Maria McDaniel - Flora Bervoix

Creative

Music by Giuseppe Verdi
Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave
Conducted by Joseph Rescigno
Directed by David Gately

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