"La Traviata"

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In a Nutshell

One of the greatest operas of all time tells the tragic story of a high-society in 19th century Paris, unfolding through Verdi’s lush score

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Dates and Times

  • Friday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, April 10, at 3 p.m.

La Traviata

When Violetta, a high-society courtesan in 19th-century Paris, falls in love with Alfredo Germont, a young nobleman, their romance ignites a powder keg of scandal, deceit, and disgrace—and begins to threaten Violetta’s own failing health. Meanwhile, Verdi’s sumptuous score is so powerful that it’s easy to understand why it caused Julia Roberts to burst into tears during Pretty Woman.

Opera Roanoke

When you're starting an opera company, it's a good idea to bring in advisors who know what they're talking—and singing—about. Opera Roanoke did exactly that when they enlisted Metropolitan Opera stars Eleanor Steber and Irene Dalis as mentors in the company's first years. With their guidance, the group gained greater artistic acclaim, and soon began staging renowned works including La Boheme, Madame Butterfly, and Beethoven's Fidelio. Today, the opera continues to produce stirring masterworks featuring acclaimed performers, lavish sets, and remarkably tuneful conversations.

Customer Reviews

Loved the deal price on the tickets...it has been quite a while since we have been due to the rising cost of the performances.
Marie H. · October 27, 2011
In a word, beautiful.
Annette F. · October 26, 2011
For a small town in Virginia, the Opera Roanoke puts out a great performance. I enjoyed this live performance better than the Met's televised production I saw earlier this spring. Both Hope Briggs and Scott Piper sang beautifully. The set design was simple but perfect for the small stage and the Roanoke Symphony did a great job. It was an great afternoon, worth a drive from Lexington.
Eija O. · October 26, 2011

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