NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Jonathan Yates, brings its 2015-16 season to a close at 8 p.m. Saturday with Giacomo Puccini’s opera "La Bohème."
The concert will take place at the Norwalk Concert Hall. Tickets range from $10 for students to $50 for the best seats.
Mimi will be sung by Canadian soprano Leslie Ann Bradley. Also from Canada, Amelia Watkins as Musetta appeared this season in NSO’s holiday concert of the Messiah. Brian Cheney recently performed as Rodolfo.
For Marcello, the NSO brings Wes Mason, whose stage and opera performances include Curley in "Oklahoma" and Masetto in "Don Giovanni."
Joining these actors are members of the Fairfield County Chorale, the Fairfield County Children’s Chorale and the Norwalk Community College Chorus.
“La Bohème is, in so many ways, an opera about youth and artists in a complex world,” Yates said. “It’s wonderful to have a cast that fits the bill so perfectly. This will be an exciting evening.”
Tickets may be purchased online by clicking here or calling the office at 203-956-6771.
The Norwalk Concert Hall is at 125 East Ave.
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