Opera's Ultimate Odd Couple

Two operatic legends come together for the first time as Wagner’s monumental drama meets the tragic pathos of Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci. A cast of internationally acclaimed guest performers assembled from Maestro Wroe’s extensive contacts in European and American opera houses joins NJFO to present these two magnificent operatic staples - an unlikely couple united by the tragedy and trauma of forbidden love.

WAGNER  Die Walkure Act 1
LEONCAVALLO  I Pagliacci
featuring

David Wroe  Conductor
Maria Todaro  Stage Director

Amber Smoke  Sieglinde
Adam Herskowitz  Siegmund
Steven Fredericks  Hunding

Marcelina Beucher  Nedda/Colombina
Jeremy Brauner  Canio/Pagliaccio
Jose Perez  Tonio/Taddeo
Jonathan Ryan  Silvio
T.J. Capobianco  Beppe/Arlecchino

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  1. elizabeth ryan
  2. 9082329400
  3. eryan@njfestivalorchestra.org
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Two operatic legends come together for the first time as Wagner’s monumental drama meets the tragic pathos of Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci. A cast of internationally acclaimed guest performers assembled from Maestro Wroe’s extensive contacts in European and American opera houses joins NJFO to present these two magnificent operatic staples - an unlikely couple united by the tragedy ...

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