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20130613153420_elixirsmallforwebcropped_T1_W220_H330Fri., Oct 11 and Sun., Oct 13    ~

Our main-stage season at The Grand begins with Donizetti’s charming L’Elisir
d’amore (The Elixir of Love).  L’Elisir was last performed at OperaDelaware in
1979 – at this time, the role of Nemorino was a calling card for the great
Luciano Pavarotti (sadly, we couldn’t afford him!)  This year, we bring you
young William Davenport – a tenor destined for great things, who is routinely
compared to the late, great Pavarotti.

Sharin Apostolou sings the role of Adina, Metropolitan Opera Baritone Trevor
Scheunemann sings Belcore, and basso-buffo Stephen Eisenhard will delight us
with the quack Dr. Dulcamara.  Maestro Jerome Shannon conducts, and Dean Anthony
will direct this production – with gorgeous traditional sets and costumes from
the Sarasota Opera.  The Elixir is the cure for what ails you!  Performances are
October 11 at 8pm and October 13 at 2pm.

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