THE REVIEWS ARE IN!
FLORIDA GRAND OPERA’S SPECTACULAR TURANDOT WINS OVER CRITICS AND AUDIENCE!“An absorbing night of theater!”“As Turandot, the American soprano Lise Lindstrom displayed a powerful, sharply edged voice that had reserves to spare…her singing commanded the action.”“Conductor Ramon Tebar led a high-powered, emotional reading of the opera, full of fire and muscle, and he had a first-class orchestra to work with that was with him every step of the way.”

— The Miami Herald
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Photo by Richard Zendarski
Florida Grand Opera
presents
the critically acclaimedTurandot
by Giacomo PucciniNOVEMBER
16, 19, 21, 24 & 27, 2010
Sanford and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami Dade CountyDECEMBER 2 & 4, 2010
Broward Center for the Performing ArtsPurchase Tickets online:
Or call our Box Office at
800-741-1010,
Mon – Fri, 10am – 4pm
www.FGO.org

Turandot is made possible by a
gift from the Arthur F. and
Alice E. Adams Foundation.

Fort Lauderdale performances sponsored by Mrs. Rose Miniaci.


NOVEMBER 16, 19, 21, 24 & 27 / DECEMBER 2 & 4, 2010

On Opening Night,
the moment the opera ended the audience rose to their feet in thunderous applause. With a cast of more than 100, this production has enormous, stunning sets along with gorgeous costumes and principal singers direct from the Metropolitan Opera in New York. This is a spectacle not to be missed…dazzling, both for the eyes and the ears.Turandot by Giacomo Puccini. Libretto by Giuseppe Adami and Renato Simoni.
The glory and cruelty of ancient China, some of opera’s most famous music, and the thrill of heroic voices create the theatrical experience that every opera lover dreams of. Puccini had an unmistakable melodic gift that enriched some of the world’s most beloved operas, and Turandot, his final opera, represents the culmination of the Italian tradition of Grand Opera.The Ice Princess Turandot challenges the Unknown Prince to answer her three riddles, and he succeeds where so many others have failed. In the famous aria, “Nessun dorma,” he in turn challenges her to learn his name.This production’s Turandot, Lise Lindstrom, and Calaf, Frank Porretta, thrilled Metropolitan Opera audiences this past season, and local favorite Elizabeth Caballero returns to sing Liù. The conductor of FGO’s recent Lucia di Lammermoor,Ramon Tebar, returns to lead this outstanding cast.


FLORIDA GRAND OPERA 
Box Office
8390 NW 25th Street
Miami, FL 33122
800.741.1010
EMAIL

Mon-Fri: 10 to 4

For tickets and complete information 
www.FGO.org

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