“‘Opera often gets pigeonholed as one thing in the minds of people who might not be as familiar with it, and even those [who] are. The show [gives a] taste of how much variety there is, and how fun it can be.’”
“‘Everyone always gets a little nervous for show week; making sure everything is put together,’ said Jones. ‘But this week, the show has really skyrocketed way past where I thought it was going to be.’”
Nov. 9 and 10 in the Schrott Center for the Arts, Butler Opera Theatre will be performing scenes and arias from a variety of famous operas.
Butler University Opera Theatre and the Butler Symphony Orchestra will perform two one-act operas, Trouble in Tahiti and Suor Angelica at the Schrott.
Butler University Opera Theatre and the Butler Symphony Orchestra will perform two one-act operas, Trouble in Tahiti and Suor Angelica this weekend at the Schrott.
Students involved in Butler Opera Theatre will perform songs from classic operas such as “Marriage of Figaro,” “La Traviata” and “Susanna” this weekend.
Aaron Copland’s “The Tender Land” tells the story of a sheltered Midwestern community whose comfort is shattered by outsiders. Butler University Opera Theatre will perform “The Tender Land” Friday through Sunday at the Schrott Center. Adjunct voice professor Mark Gilgallon directs the Butler Opera Theatre. According to his Butler faculty biography, Gilgallon is very familiar…