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Community Screening: Becoming Traviata

Sat, Mar 17 / 11:30 am
Directed by Philippe Béziat
2012, France, 120 min

A fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the staging of a major operatic production, Verdi’s masterpiece, La Traviata, starring world-famous French coloratura soprano Natalie Dessay and directed by the celebrated Jean-Francois Sivardier.

Over two months, filmmaker Philippe Beziat follows the production’s development from opening rehearsals to glorious realization, with music performed by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Louis Langrée.

Free to attend; registration is required.
To register: 204-942-7470
ldymond@manitobaopera.mb.ca
tickets.manitobaopera.mb.ca

Presented by Manitoba Opera.

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Impressionistic, handsomely shot...Becoming Traviata has what any good movie needs: a star - the ever-game soprano Natalie Dessay.
- The New York Times
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Optical Printer One on One Workshop Sessions

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Writing Right for Television Workshop **SOLD OUT**

WFG Media Lab | March 7, 14, 21, 28 | 7pm - 10pm
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