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Radvanovsky in Concert

With special guests


Internationally acclaimed opera stars Plácido Domingo and Sondra Radvanovsky star in a one-night-only concert featuring favorite arias, duets and ensembles. This special concert will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program.  

In addition to singing, Plácido Domingo will also conduct the LA Opera Orchestra in a performance that showcases current members and distinguished alumni of the prestigious training program.

Don't miss this unforgettable event featuring the leading lights of the opera world performing here in Los Angeles!

The Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program is generously underwritten by the Colburn Foundation and Eugene and Marilyn Stein. Special support for young artist stipends is graciously provided by The Lenore and Richard Wayne Young Artist Fellowship. The program was launched in 2006 with funding from the Flora L. Thornton Foundation.


There are currently no upcoming performances.



Musical Selections

“Mercè, dilette amiche” from Giuseppe Verdi’s I Vespri Siciliani
Sondra Radvanovsky, soloist; Plácido Domingo, conductor

“Un dì, se ben rammentomi…Bella figlia dell’amore” from Giuseppe Verdi’s Rigoletto
Joshua Guerrero, Hyesang Park, Renée Rapier and Kihun Yoon, soloists; Plácido Domingo, conductor

“Pronta io son” from Gaetano Donizetti’s Don Pasquale
Liv Redpath and Theo Hoffman, soloists; Plácido Domingo, conductor

“Siete voi?... Questo è un nodo avviluppato” from Gioachino Rossini’s Cinderella
Carlos Enrique Santelli, Renée Rapier, So Young Park, Michelle Siemens, Theo Hoffman and Nicholas Brownlee, soloists; Plácido Domingo, conductor

"La lluvia ha cesado" from Ruperto Chapí’s La Tempestad
Nicholas Brownlee, soloist; Plácido Domingo, conductor

“O zittre nicht” from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Magic Flute
So Young Park, soloist; Grant Gershon, conductor

“Orfanella il tetto umile” from Giuseppe Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra
Sondra Radvanovsky and Plácido Domingo, soloists; Grant Gershon, conductor


“Au fond du temple saint” from Georges Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers
Joshua Guerrero and Plácido Domingo, soloists; Grant Gershon, conductor

“Oh, the lion may roar” from John Corigliano’s The Ghosts of Versailles
Brenton Ryan, soloist; Grant Gershon, conductor

“Senza mamma” from Giacomo Puccini’s Suor Angelica
Sondra Radvanovsky, soloist; Plácido Domingo, conductor

“Sull’aria... che soave zeffiretto” from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
Summer Hassan and Lauren Michelle, soloists; Plácido Domingo, conductor

“Qui, di sposa eterna fede….Verranno a te” from Gaetano Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor
Hyesang Park and Joshua Guerrero, soloists; Plácido Domingo, conductor

“Suoni la tromba” from Vincenzo Bellini’s I Puritani
Kihun Yoon and Nicholas Brownlee, soloists; Grant Gershon, conductor

“Lippen schweigen” from Franz Lehár’s The Merry Widow
Plácido Domingo and Sondra Radvanovsky, soloists; Grant Gershon, conductor

“Dis-moi que je suis belle” from Jules Massenet’s Thaïs
Lauren Michelle, soloist; Plácido Domingo, conductor

“No sé qué siento aquí” from Manuel Fernández Caballero’s Châteaux Margaux
Hyesang Park, soloist; Plácido Domingo, conductor

“Champagne Song” from Johann Strauss II’s Die Fledermaus

News & Reviews


everything You Have Ever Wanted TO Know ABout The Young Artist Program



Created and overseen by Plácido Domingo, the Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program is a two- to three-year paid residency for singers and pianists of exceptional talent who are currently in transition from academic training to a professional career in opera. Inaugurated during the 2006/07 season, the program is designed to support the future of opera by discovering and developing the talents of exceptionally gifted young artists to become performers of potentially international stature. LA Opera uses its resources to provide extensive training for the young artists and also gives them the opportunity to further develop their skills in mainstage roles, as principal artists' covers, and in young artist concerts and productions.

Before celebrating the ten year anniversary of our young artist program at the concert on April 1st, get to know the program and its artists - both past and present.