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 before the performance for
the College of Performing Arts'
10th Anniversary Reception
Celebrating 10 Years of PASSION
in Honor of Marybelle Musco
Aitken Arts Plaza
Musco Center for the Arts