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Subject: San Francisco Opera 2004-2005 Season
From: Terri in California <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Mon, 29 Dec 2003 11:27:11 EST
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No official announcement been made as yet ~ but the Webmaster has put the 
season up on the site for all to see.  The dates aren't there but the complete 
casts are, with some TBA's scheduled.

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Billy Budd by Benjamin Britten
Cosė fan tutte by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Eugene Onegin by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi
Le Grand Macabre by Gyorgy Ligeti
The Flying Dutchman by Richard Wagner
The Pearl Fishers by Georges Bizet
The Queen of Spades by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Tosca by Giacomo Puccini

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This is the opera schedule and you can look up the casts on-line.   The 
Vienna production of Billy Budd with Nathan Gunn, Kim Begley and Phillip Ens as 
Claggart, Runnicles conducting. Von Stade is back as Despina!  Nina Stemme makes 
her debut as Senta and local conductor Sara Jobin will get one trip to the 
podium to conduct Dutchman and one to conduct Tosca.  Traviata with Swenson, 
Villazon, Hvorosovsky; Summers conducting.  Ansellem, Castronovo and Dazeley  in 
Pearl Fishers the production which has been seen in Philadelphia, San Diego and 
Michigan Opera Theatre.  Le Grand Macabre is on and none other than San 
Francisco Opera Association President Karl O. Mills is one of the sponsors of the 
production - talk about putting your money where your mouth is!  The cast is 
quite similar to that which was presented at the Barbican just recently, Michael 
Boder conducting (indisposed for the Barbican broadcast) with Willard White, 
Graham Clarke & Caroline Stein. Queen of Spades with Hannah Schwarz, Katarina 
Dalayman TBA, TBA, TBA; the card-board cut-out Tosca with Vaness and Delavan; 
Onegin from the Netherlands Opera with a Russian conductor 

http://sfopera.com/os_ourseason.asp 

Cheers,
Terri Stuart
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Martinez, CA
The Martini Story 

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