Listen in on an intimate conversation with superstar Marilyn Horne.
We have a special treat for you this Sunday, June 9 following the performance of La Traviata: you can listen in on an intimate conversation with opera superstar Marilyn Horne and Music Director James Conlon.
Ms. Horne, a long-time dear friend of Maestro Conlon's, has been called the “Star-Spangled Singer” and “the Heifetz of singers.” In 2002, following a career that had seen her dominate her field for more than four decades, Opera News declared, “Marilyn Horne – whose face and song have been in the light – in so many places, in so many styles, through so many media, for so many years – may be the most influential singer in American history.”
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear an opera legend talk about La Traviata, her own remarkable career and all things opera.
The talk will begin immediately following the performance in the Stern Grand Hall (2nd Floor Lobby) and is already included with your ticket purchase.
What? You still don't have a ticket? We have a seat waiting for you.
Can’t make it to the performance? That’s ok. Subscribe to our podcasts, we’ll be posting this conversation in the near future.