by Benjamin Britten; Peter Atherton, director; Daniel Alfred Wachs, conductor, The Chapman Orchestra
College of Performing Arts
Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music in the College of Performing Arts
Opera Chapman presents a full-scale production of Benjamin Britten's coming-of-age comic opera, Albert Herring.
This rousing story, set in Concord, New Hampshire between April and May 1955, follows the title character as he crosses over from a life of innocence on the straight-and-narrow to a debauched initiation into a world of baser interests of the common man.
This is your chance to hear the opera stars of tomorrow in one of the west coast’s newest opera houses!
$25 reserved seating; $15 seniors, alumni, and non-Chapman students; $10 Chapman Community
Join us immediately following the performance for
the College of Performing Arts
10th Anniversary Reception
Celebrating 10 Years of PASSION
in Honor of Marybelle Musco