Verdi’s Masterwork: Opera and the Birth of Modern Italy - 2-Day Lecture Series with Musical Performances
Humanities West opens its 30th Anniversary Season with Verdi’s Masterwork: Opera and the Birth of Modern Italy, a two-day program of lectures, discussions, and musical performances celebrating 19th-Century Italy and the operatic genius of Giuseppe Verdi, a talent that symbolized an emerging nation’s vital spirit. The panel includes speakers from San Francisco Opera, Stanford and UC Berkeley, with performances by sopranos Hope Briggs & Cheryl Cain, tenor Chris Coyne and Ron Valentino on piano.
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Humanities West celebrates 30 years, offering programs with diverse series of lectures and performances focusing on the many sources of modern culture
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