Performed by Teatro Lirico D'Europa
Sunday, November 4 2007Concert Hall 3:00 pm
$35, $25, $15; Five College Students $15, $10, $7; Youth 17 and under $12
Teatro Lirico D'Europa, the European opera touring company founded in 1988 by Girogio Lalov performs Puccini's tale of selfless love, Tosca. This timeless masterpiece shows the dark side of intensely, passionate love between an artist and his muse. Puccini's Tosca is a drama of frightening power with some of opera's most memorable characters. Puccini reminds us that power corrupts, and in this tale love refused turns into lost love-- forever. Sung in Italian with English supertitles.
Please join us for a pre-performance tour of the exhibition currently on view at the University Club.
After Tosca, you'll be ready for some Italian soul food. Dry your tears and rekindle the flame with sumptuous Chicken Saltimboca with creamy and comforting Mashed Potatoes or try the vegetarian option of Grilled Vegetable Ravioli baked with Pesto Cream and Pandano Parmesan. Dinner also includes tossed baby greens salad with dressing, warm rolls, special selection of desserts, and coffee or tea. All for the prix fixe of $25. Seating begins as soon as performance ends.
Make your reservations now by just filling out the enclosed order form when you order your tickets or by calling the Box office at 413-545-2511. Within easy walking distance of the Concert Hall, the University Club is located on Stockbridge Road to the north of parking lot 62.
Sponsored by Lathrop Retirement Communities
Gallery Talk by Loretta YarlowIn conjunction with Carolyn Webb: Dialogue with a Collection and Ex Libris: Matthew Higgs and Peter Wüthrich
Sunday, November 4 2007
Free for ticket holders to Tosca,2:30 pm