Now through October 9: LA Opera's Lucia di Lammermoor


Now through October 9: LA Opera's Lucia di Lammermoor

Lucia di Lammermoor, a spellbinding tale of marriage, madness and murder, opens the LA Opera season at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. 

Photo courtesy of Marty Sohl/ Metropolitan Opera

Donizetti's gorgeously moody score masterfully conveys Lucia's isolation and instability as she slips into a terrifying world of madness. Two extraordinary sopranos- who launched their careers at LA Opera- will take on the iconic title role: Amanda Woodbury, who's now a star at the Metropolitan Opera, and Liv Redpath, who'll sing Lucia at the Deutsche Opera Berlin this year. Tenor Arturo Chacón-Cruz returns as Lucia's beloved Edgardo, with Alexander Birch Elliott as Enrico and bass Eric Owens as Raimondo. 

Lina González-Granados leads the proceedings in her first outing as the company's new Resident Conductor. Director Simon Stone creates a powerful new production that moves the story to a present-day world of desperation and decline. 

GRoW @ Annenberg is honored to support this thrilling tale in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. 

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