Chicago Opera Theater
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Founded in 1974 by Alan Stone, Chicago Opera Theater has carved a significant place for itself in the operatic life of Chicago and has reached an audience of hundreds of thousands through its main stage performances, outreach, education and young artist programs. Since Brian Dickie’s appointment as General Director in 1999, COT has evolved as an opera company that is young, fresh, and colorful - an image well suited to its surroundings at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Millennium ...
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Britten: Owen Wingrave, Op. 85 N/A
Composer: Benjamin Britten
Act I - Scene 3 - Lechmere 'Owen, you can't mean it' (0:30) N/A
Act II - Scene 2 - Kate 'Ah, Owen, Owen – you've gone!' (0:30) N/A
Constant: La Tragédie de Carmen N/A
Composer: Marius Constant
Arranger: Marius Constant
Act I - 'L'amour est un oiseau rebelle' (Habanera) (0:31) N/A
Act II - 'Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre' (Toréador) (0:29) N/A
Mozart: La clemenza di Tito, K 621 N/A
Act I - 'Parto, ma tu ben mio' - 'Guardami e tutto oblio' (0:31) N/A
Act I - 'Deh conservate, oh Dei' - 'Sesto!' (0:30) N/A
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Continuing my Wednesday morning history! When I arrived in Chicago in 1999 we had hoped that by 2002 we would have been able to expand the COT ...
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