April & May 2017 – Vancouver Opera, Otello

Heather Walker is a professional horn player and core member of the Vancouver Opera Orchestra.  Join her this spring at the performances of Verdi’s masterpiece, Otello.

Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver
April 28 | May 4, 6 at 7:30pm
April 30 at 2:00pm

VOF-website-header-Otello-NEW4Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
Director: Michael Cavanagh
Scenic & Projection Designer: Erhard Rom
Lighting Designer: Gerald King
Chorus Director: Kinza Tyrrell

Otello: Antonello Palombi
Desdemona: Erin Wall
Iago: Gregory Dahl
Cassio: John Cudia
Emilia: Megan Latham
Lodovico: Thomas Goerz
Roderigo: Martin Sadd
Herald: Glenn de Verteuil
Montano: Angus Bell

About Otello
A powerful masterpiece that marries Shakespeare’s poetry with Verdi’s lyricism and sumptuous orchestrations. Based on Shakespeare’s tale of love, jealousy, and betrayal, Otello is considered Italian opera’s greatest tragedy.

The 65-piece orchestra joins forces with the formidable VO Chorus and sensational stars in a visually stunning production designed by the internationally acclaimed Erhard Rom.

The performance will last approximately 2 hours and 50 minutes, with one intermission.

In Italian with English SURTITLESTM

Heather Walker is a core member of the Vancouver Opera Orchestra.  When not playing music professionally, she teaches the Alexander Technique in Nanaimo, B.C.  The Alexander Technique is an extraordinary method for learning to move with ease, efficiency and fluidity, thereby reducing pain, injury, and postural problems.  For more information: 250-716-3464 or info@soundbeingstudio.com

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