A beautiful stage setting filled with passion and beautiful voices.
Written By: Emily Reeter
This last Thursday I had the opportunity to attend my first opera performance. The crowds were rolling in as the clock approached seven thirty. Before we knew it, the lights were dimming and the spotlights were shining.
A musical night of love and tragedy at the Tryon Festival Theater
Written by Bill Xun
Taken by Bill Xun
This week the class went to see La Bohème, an Italian opera written by Giacomo Puccini, at the Tryon Festival Theater at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts. It was the first time I’ve seen an opera and it was definitely a lot different than the other performances I’ve seen.
Written By Tim Gao
Photo By Tim Gao
Thursday night at Krannert Art center, it was crowded. People are waiting for admission to the opera, La Bohème. La Bohème features young love, fragileness of life, and friendship. The usage of color and background music are all creative and attractive.
Written by Zhenbang Wu.
When the ideal meets the reality, we see the insignificance of the human body and the greatness of the human spirits.
Photo by Zhenbang
Written by Alyssa Pappas
Photo by A.Pappas
While watching La Boheme, I was continuously surprised. The amazing attention to detail in all of the different sets was truly an amazing feat.
Written by Andrew Duran,
Last night, I had the pleasure of being at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts to witness my experience my first opera. If I were to be honest with myself, what I walked in expecting was a single singer that was center stage and for it to be a pretty dry time. However, the second that curtain rose any worries I had disappeared the moment the first act begun. Instead what I experienced was pure emotion, love, laughter, and togetherness. Continue reading