Don't miss: Oshawa Opera's 2017/18 season

Don't miss: Oshawa Opera's 2017/18 season

Jenna Simeonov

This month, the Oshawa Opera kicks off its fall season of 201718, with Mascagni’s verismo favourite, Cavalleria rusticana, for one performance only on October 29, 3pm. Mezzo-soprano (and Oshawa Opera Artistic Director) Kristine Dandavino (Santuzza), tenor Jason Lamont (Turridu), mezzo-soprano Anna Belikova (Lucia), baritone Kyle Lehmann (Alfio), and mezzo-soprano Victoria Borg (Lola) join the Oshawa Opera Chorus and William Shookhoff at the piano.

Their season continues in November with the premiere of Peter Skoggard’s La voix perdue, featuring soprano Bridget Hogan, Kristine Dandavino (narrator), and pianist Christopher Burton, November 24, 7:30pm.

Both performances happen at Kingsview United Church, 505 Adelaide Ave. E, Oshawa.

Tickets can be bought online via Oshawa Opera’s website or at the door; it’s just $25 for adults, and admission is free for people under 18! Stay in the loop with Oshawa Opera and their season - which continues with some rarely-done Massenet in May - by following them on Facebook and Twitter.



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