How Does Opera Operates

Museum Night

The recital show, How Does Opera Operates, combines acting, while showing to the audience a variety of vocal genres ranging from Gregorian chant and carols of the Middle Ages to the most relevant operatic repertoire besides the concert song in the most recognized languages, so that the audience can have a true approach to the fine arts.

Program:

Gregorian Chant (10th century)

  • Veni Creator

Mateo Flecha (Spain, 1481-1553)

  • Ríu, ríu, chíu, Spanish carol

Giulio Caccini (Italy, 1551-1618)

  • Amarilli mia bella, song

Federico Moreno Torroba (Spain, 1891-1982)

  • Shut up, Heart of Luisa Fernanda Zarzuela

Franz Lehar (Hungary, 1870 - Austria, 1948)

  • Lips Are Sealed, from the operetta The Merry Widow

Pablo Sorozábal (Spain, 1897-1988)

  • It Can’t Be, from the zarzuela The Inkeeper of the Port.

Léo Delibes (France, 1836-1891)

  • Viens, Mallika ... Dôme épais le jasmin, from the opera Lakmé

Intermission

Georges Bizet (France, 1838-1875)

  • L'amour est un oiseau rebelle, from the opera Carmen

Giacomo Puccini (Italy, 1858 - Belgium, 1924)

  • Where lieta usci, from the opera La bohéme

Manuel M. Ponce (Mexico, 1882-1948)

  • Far from You, Mexican Song

Ignacio Fernández Esperón "Tata Nacho" (Mexico, 1894-1968)

  • The violinera, ranchero song

Kurt Weill (Germany, 1900 - United States, 1950)

  • Je ne t'aime pas, cabaret song

Giuseppe Verdi (Italy, 1813-1901)

Libiamo, ne lieti calici, from the opera La traviata

 

Alandár Ópera


OPPENING HOURS AND ADMISSION:

October 31 2018
Wednesday , 19:00 - 20:30 hrs.
Free admission

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PRECINT

House of Carranza Museum   Ver más información del recinto

Río Lerma 35, Esquina con Río Amazonas, C.P. 6500, Deleg. Cuauhtémoc México, Ciudad de México   Cómo llegar

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