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Opera and the French Revolution

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May 1
8 PM
Rose Theater
Jazz at Lincoln Center’s
Frederick P. Hall
Broadway at 60th Street
New York, NY
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Opera and the French Revolution

Sapho by Jean-Paul-Égide Martini
Médée by Luigi Cherubini
Œdipe à Coloneby Antonio Sacchini

Ryan Brown, conductor
Miřenka Čechová, director
Nathalie Paulin, Sapho/Médée/Antigone
The Opera Lafayette Orchestra and Chorus

With the French Revolution raging in the streets, how did the artistic milieu of Paris react? Opera Lafayette explores operas that held the stage in the 1790s and reflect the tumultuous emotions of the period. A fully-staged program sets three dramatic scenes from classical Greek tragedies: Sapho by Jean-Paul-Égide Martini (a modern premiere); Médée by Luigi Cherubini; and Œdipe à Colone by Antonio Sacchini.