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Opera on the Mountain returns to Dyer Observatory June 2

May. 16, 2012—Members of the Nashville Opera will be the featured performers at the third Opera on the Mountain concert Saturday, June 2, at Vanderbilt’s Dyer Observatory. The performance will include selections from Guys and Dolls, Camelot and Phantom of the Opera.

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‘Opera on the Mountain’ set for June 4 at Dyer Observatory

May. 24, 2011—Make reservations online or by calling (615) 832-5242 Vanderbilt’s Dyer Observatory will again host the Nashville Opera for a very special evening of music at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 4. The concert will take place in the observatory’s patio tent and guests are encouraged to bring a picnic basket and beverages.  Admission will begin at...

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Video: “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” Act II

Jan. 21, 2011—Vanderbilt Opera Theatre presents “The Merry Wives of Windsor” by Otto Nicolai; directed by Gayle Shay; performed November 14, 2010, in Blair’s Ingram Hall. The Opera Theatre is accompanied by the Vanderbilt Orchestra, conducted by Robin Fountain. This is Act II. Watch Act I.

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Video: “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” Act I

Jan. 21, 2011—Vanderbilt Opera Theatre presents “The Merry Wives of Windsor” by Otto Nicolai; directed by Gayle Shay; performed November 14, 2010, in Blair’s Ingram Hall. The Opera Theatre is accompanied by the Vanderbilt Orchestra, conducted by Robin Fountain. This is Act I. Watch Act II.

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Students in Vanderbilt Opera Theatre productions get the full-scale stage experience

Nov. 2, 2010—The mischievously dark worlds of filmmaker Tim Burton, illustrator Edward Gorey and the humorously twisted “Fractured Fairy Tales” cartoons are influencing this fall’s Vanderbilt Opera Theatre production of The Merry Wives of Windsor. It’s quite a change from the traditional, straightforward approach taken when the opera was performed a decade ago, and a change in...

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Nashville Opera’s Andre Chenier

Sep. 20, 2010—The real Andrea Chénier was one of the last victims of the Reign of Terror because of his controversial political beliefs. The opera’s Chénier was a victim of something much more visceral – jealousy. This Sept. 17, 2010, InsideOut of the Lunch Box explores the similarities and differences in the life of the poet and activist...

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