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Austin Opera’s much-anticipated return to live performance will be an innovative outdoor staging of Puccini’s Tosca at Germania Insurance Amphitheater at Circuit of the Americas. The two performances will feature the Austin Opera Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Timothy Myers, the company’s Sarah and Ernest Butler Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor.

Tosca is one of opera’s most popular and enduring classics, and returns to the Austin Opera stage for the first time since 2014. The first act’s booming finale, the “Te Deum,” will have a unique visual complement in Austin’s stunning sunset, adding ethereal power to the full force of the Austin Opera Orchestra and Chorus. The second act’s most anticipated moment is Tosca’s “Vissi d’arte,” one of the most famous arias in all of opera, in which Tosca reflects on art, love, and faith as she reaches the most pivotal crossroads of her life. In the final act, Cavaradossi will sing his signature salute to the stars, “E lucevan le stelle,” under the blanket of stars in Austin’s evening sky. And in the opera’s thrilling finale, Tosca will make the ultimate leap of faith in a moment of staging not to be missed in this site-specific production.

Making their Austin Opera debuts in Tosca are a trio of international artists, soprano Latonia Moore, tenor Adam Smith, and baritone Aleksey Bogdanov.

Austin Opera’s much-anticipated return to live performance will be an innovative outdoor staging of Puccini’s Tosca at Germania Insurance Amphitheater at Circuit of the Americas. The two performances will feature the Austin Opera Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Timothy Myers, the company’s Sarah and Ernest Butler Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor.

Tosca is one of opera’s most popular and enduring classics, and returns to the Austin Opera stage for the first time since 2014. The first act’s booming finale, the “Te Deum,” will have a unique visual complement in Austin’s stunning sunset, adding ethereal power to the full force of the Austin Opera Orchestra and Chorus. The second act’s most anticipated moment is Tosca’s “Vissi d’arte,” one of the most famous arias in all of opera, in which Tosca reflects on art, love, and faith as she reaches the most pivotal crossroads of her life. In the final act, Cavaradossi will sing his signature salute to the stars, “E lucevan le stelle,” under the blanket of stars in Austin’s evening sky. And in the opera’s thrilling finale, Tosca will make the ultimate leap of faith in a moment of staging not to be missed in this site-specific production.

Making their Austin Opera debuts in Tosca are a trio of international artists, soprano Latonia Moore, tenor Adam Smith, and baritone Aleksey Bogdanov.

Austin Opera’s much-anticipated return to live performance will be an innovative outdoor staging of Puccini’s Tosca at Germania Insurance Amphitheater at Circuit of the Americas. The two performances will feature the Austin Opera Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Timothy Myers, the company’s Sarah and Ernest Butler Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor.

Tosca is one of opera’s most popular and enduring classics, and returns to the Austin Opera stage for the first time since 2014. The first act’s booming finale, the “Te Deum,” will have a unique visual complement in Austin’s stunning sunset, adding ethereal power to the full force of the Austin Opera Orchestra and Chorus. The second act’s most anticipated moment is Tosca’s “Vissi d’arte,” one of the most famous arias in all of opera, in which Tosca reflects on art, love, and faith as she reaches the most pivotal crossroads of her life. In the final act, Cavaradossi will sing his signature salute to the stars, “E lucevan le stelle,” under the blanket of stars in Austin’s evening sky. And in the opera’s thrilling finale, Tosca will make the ultimate leap of faith in a moment of staging not to be missed in this site-specific production.

Making their Austin Opera debuts in Tosca are a trio of international artists, soprano Latonia Moore, tenor Adam Smith, and baritone Aleksey Bogdanov.

WHEN

WHERE

Germania Insurance Amphitheater
9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd.
Del Valle, TX 78617
https://austinopera.org/opera/tosca/

TICKET INFO

$39-$185
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