Musical Director: Sam Baker
Producers: Hannah Coleman,
Venue: All Saints Church, Clifton,
Violetta Valéry: Hannah Coleman
Alfredo Germont: Thomas Wood
Giorgio Germont: Alexander Learmouth
Flora Bervoix: Kimberley Jones
Barone Douphol: Oliver Parry
Dottore Grenvil: William Stevens
Louisa: Marianne Vivash
Annina: Jenna Brown
Joseph: Oliver Chubb
LA TRAVIATA – Guiseppe Verdi
Performed in English
Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave, Translation by Thomas Martin, Edited by Ruth Martin
Performed at All Saints Church, Clifton
Saturday 28 November 2020, 7pm
(duration approximately 75mins - no interval)
"Violetta Valéry is the shining star of Parisian nightlife. Surrounded by clutching patrons and lusting fans, her life is a never ending party. When disease touches Violetta, and a naïve young admirer makes her question her own happiness, Violetta must stare deep into the shadows cast by all those bright lights... She knows that God will forgive her for enjoying her youth - but will Man?"
We are performing in a Covid-safe venue, following all the safety and hygiene measures set out in the government's updates, which means we can continue with all our planned activity at this time. Should the concert be cancelled, we will refund tickets purchased.
We will be entering the Church via a one-way system, and allocating audience to specific pews to enable our 'Track and Trace' system.
Face masks must be worn while in the church, unless you are exempt.
Stay home if you’re experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19 (these are listed on the NHS website) or if you’ve recently been in contact with someone who has Covid-19. If you develop symptoms for Covid-19 or have been asked to self-isolate, please contact prior to the concert as circumstance may allow for a ticket refund.
"I've genuinely loved every Opera in a Box production I've seen. For years, for some reason or other, I'd only seen weird avant-garde operas and no proper classics. So getting to catch up on the greats of the opera repertoire in small venues performed by excellent musicians in imaginative and creative productions has been a really lovely thing."
- La Traviata, 1532 performing arts centre