Click http://www.cincinnatiopera.org/webisodes for what you can expect at Cincinnati Opera’s “Lucie
de Lammermoor,” to be presented by Cincinnati Opera at 7:30 p.m. June 26 and 28
at Music Hall.
true love Edgard – unfortunately from the wrong family, kind of like Romeo in “Romeo
and Juliet” – is
will conduct, with stage direction by Mark Streshinsky. The production is by John Conklin for
$25-$147 and can be purchased at the Cincinnati Opera box office in Music Hall,
Hear opera artistic director Evans Mirageas in
a pre-performance discussion at 6:30 p.m. both nights. June 24 is also GLTB Night at Cincinnati Opera. For information visit www.cincinnatiopera.org
The film tells the
true story of the tiny nation of
Re-gain, that is,
Admission is $7, at the door, or visit www.cincyworldcinema.org
Calling all Trekkies: The
Cincinnati Pops presents "Star Trek: The Music," to be led by Pops
conductor Erich Kunzel at 8 p.m. June 28 at Riverbend Music Center.
Making guest appearances will be John DeLancie (Q from "Star Trek: The Next Generation") and Robert Picardo (the doctor from "Star Trek: Voyager"). Hear themes from both the television and film versions of the popular series about life in the Greater Universe. Come as your favorite Star Trek character and the Pops says it will "beam you up" on stage.
Tickets are $26-$36 for the pavilion, $18 for the lawn, children 12 and under free to the lawn when accompanied by a ticketed adult. Call (513) 381-3300 or order at www.cincinnatipops.org
A member of the
opera faculty at
Ms. Guarino, a
Co-advisor of the
Juilliard Opera Theater, Guarino has directed for Glimmerglass Opera, Seattle Opera,
Wolf Trap Opera, Virginia Opera, and Chautauqua Opera. She has also worked with the American
Symphony Orchestra at Avery Fisher Hall and Alice Tully Hall in
A champion of new
works, Guarino directed “Six Ten-Minute Operas I & II” for the Eos
A filmmaker as well
as an opera director, Guarino has produced and directed four independent films,
including “Crossing the
Future projects include “Aida” at Seattle Opera (this summer), “Don Giovanni” at Canadian Opera in October and a multi-media oratorio “Arjuna’s Dilemma” by Douglas Cuomo at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s “Next Wave” Festival in November.