Piedmont Opera sets cast
party for 'The Magic Flute'
CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT
"The Magic Bute" will be pre
sented on March 13,15 and 17 at the
Stevens Center on the campus of the
University of North Carolina School
of the Arts.
The Piedmont Opera will hold a
Meet the Cast Party in the student
lounge at The Reaves Center,
Winston-Salem Sate University, 601
S. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.
WSSU is one of Piedmont Opera's
education partners. The event will be
5 p.m. on Sunday, March 8. The
event will feature appetizers with
select cast members and a behind
the-scenes look at the making of
Mozart's last opera.
Tickets are $35 and are on sale
now at PiedmontOpera.org or at 336
One of the cast members is
Hailed by the South Florida
Classical for her "luminous tones"
and "lush voice", soprano Brittany
Renee Robinson made her Florida
Grand Opera main stage debut as
Musetta in "La Bohfcme" in 2012,
previously participating in the young
artists program as Zerlina in "Don
Giovanni," Yvette in "La Rondine,"
and the Page in "Rigoletto." Last sea
son she debuted the title role of
Lakmd with Opera Theatre of the
Rockies, and Tetania in
Britten's "Midsummer Night's
Dream" with Opera on the
Avalon. This season she will be fea
tured as the Soprano Soloist in
"Haydn's Creation" with the
Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, as
well as return to the role of the Queen
of the Night with Piedmont Opera's
production of "The Magic Bute."
Robinson has performed with
such companies as Chautauqua
Opera, Opera Theatre of the
Rockies, Crested Butte Music
Festival, Light Opera of New York,
Sounds of South Dakota, Bay Area
Summer Opera Theatre Institute
(BASOTI).The American Institute of
Musical Studies (AIMS), Peabody
Opera, and the Baltimore Municipal
Opera. Other career highlights for
Robinson include the Queen of the
Night, (with the legendary Samuel
Ramey as Sarastro) and Pamina
in "Die Zauberflote," Adele in "Die
Fledermaus," Blondchen in' "Die
Entfiihrung aus dem Serail", Lucia
in "Lucia di Lammermoor," Sr.
Constance in "Dialogues des
Carmelites," Cleopatra in "Guilio
Cesare," Olympia & Antonia in "The
Tales of Hoffmann," Alice Ford
in ine Merry wives 01 Windsor,
and Mrs. Nordstrom in "A Little
Robinson received her bachelor's
and graduate degrees from The
Peabody Institute of the Johns
Hopkins University and is residing in
New York City.
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