OTELLO Los Angeles CA 2023 Russel Thomas, Rachel Willis-Sørensen, Igor Golovatenko
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Information on the Performance
- Work Title: Otello
- Composer: Verdi Giuseppe
- Libretto: Arrigo Boito    Libretto Text, Libretto Index
- Venue & Opera Company: Los Angeles Opera, California
- Recorded: May 13, 2023
- Type: Staged Opera Live
- Singers: Russel Thomas, Rachel Willis-Sørensen, Igor Golovatenko, Anthony Ciaramitaro, Sarah Saturnino, Morris Robinson, Anthony León, Alan Williams, Ryan Wolfe
- Conductor: James Conlon
- Chorus Master: Jeremy Frank, Fernando Malvar-Ruiz
Information about the Recording
- Format: Broadcast
- Quality Video: 4 Audio:4
- Subtitles: yessubs, ensubs, essubs
- This Recording is NOT AVAILABLE from a proper commercial or public source
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THIS PERFORMANCE
High-definition broadcast transmitted free of charge, live from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, to audiences at California State University, Dominguez Hills and at the Santa Monica Pier
LA Opera presents a live simulcast of its opening night of Giuseppe Verdi’s Otello for audiences at two outdoor locations. At 7:30pm on Saturday, May 13, 2023, LA Opera’s production of the towering operatic masterpiece will be transmitted live in high-definition video from nine cameras at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion to large LED screens at California State University, Dominguez Hills and the Santa Monica Pier.
The performance stars tenor Russell Thomas, the company’s Artist in Residence, in the title role and is conducted by Music Director James Conlon.
Through the generous support of Los Angeles County, LA Opera is able to present these simulcasts free of charge as a special gift to the community.
Otello marks the ninth “Opera at the Beach” simulcast to the Santa Monica Pier. This will be the first time that LA Opera’s annual live simulcast is experienced by audiences in the city of Carson, where “Opera on the Lawn” will take place on the North Lawn on the campus of CSUDH.
Since Otello is performed in Italian, the simulcasts will feature subtitles in both English and Spanish.