Opera's Ultimate Heartbreaker Returns
He’s sly, arrogant, and takes pride in breaking women’s hearts — opera’s most notorious bad boy Don Giovanni is back in all his seductive glory this spring! Often regarded as the crowning masterpiece of Mozart’s Italian repertoire, Don Giovanni combines elements of comedy, tragedy, and the supernatural in a riveting opera experience.
Baritone Phillip Addis, adored by Edmonton audiences as Figaro in 2014’s The Barber of Seville, will bring his “physically commanding, vocally authoritative energy” (Opera Canada) as Mozart’s mysterious hero. Featuring stylish designs by Bretta Gerecke and Deanna Finnman, this bold new production of Don Giovanni promises to steal audiences’ hearts.
April 14, 17 and 20, 2018 • Jubilee Auditorium
Production sponsored by Francis Price and Marguerite Trussler
Sung in Italian with projected English translation
Featuring the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Christopher Larkin • Directed by Oriol Tomas • Costume design by Deanna Finnman • Scenery design by Bretta Gerecke • Lighting design by Barry Steele • Assistant Director Farren Timoteo
|Don Giovanni||Phillip Addis|
|Donna Anna||Michele Capalbo|
|Donna Elvira||Miriam Khalil|
|Don Ottavio||John Tessier|
Featuring the Edmonton Opera Chorus sponsored by ATB Financial
Curious about the plot of Don Giovanni? Read our one-minute synopsis!