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Carmen (November 10, 13, 16, 18)

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The 2012 Atlanta Opera Ball - A Night in Seville




Flower arrangements by Tony 
Brewer & Company were accent-
ed with tobacco leaves. The 
central character of Carmen
works in a cigar factory.
Credit: Jim Fitts

The St. Regis ballroom was
transformed into a beautiful
Spanish-style courtyard and
dining room.

Credit: Jim Fitts

Atlanta Opera Ball Chair Heather
Flint (right) with husband Eli Flint.



Credit: Jim Fitts




Before dinner service began, 
guests were treated to a dance
performance by the Caló Gitano
Flamenco Dance Company.

Credit: Jim Fitts

Atlanta Opera Board Chair Bill
Tucker presented an award to
Jane S. Willson, this year's Ball
Honoree, for all of her gracious
support of The Atlanta Opera.
Credit: Jim Fitts

Mezzo-soprano Kristin Vienneau
performs the Habañera from
Bizet's opera Carmen.


Credit: Jim Fitts


Liquid Culture - A Series of Utopia Stations

The Atlanta Opera teamed up with dance troupe gloATL to reimagine and reinvent opera's greatest hits.




The Atlanta Opera's (left to right)
Heather Witt, Elizabeth Claxton,
Megan Mashburn, Tim Miller, and
Catherine Giel share a laugh
before their Liquid Culture per-
formance with gloATL at 54
Columns.
Credit: Jeff Roffman

Soprano Megan Mashburn sings
Musetta's Waltz from La bohème.





Credit: Jeff Roffman

Mezzo-soprano Heather Witt
performs Dido's Lament from
Dido and Aeneas with gloATL
dancers.



Credit: Jeff Roffman




Soprano Elizabeth Claxton and
gloATL dancers perform a rarely
heard art song, Chère Nuit by
Alfred Bachelet.
Credit: Jeff Roffman

Tenor Tim Miller performs the
heart wrenching Flower Song
from Carmen.

Credit: Jeff Roffman

gloATL dancers surround an
illuminated column at Sol Lewitt's
public art installation, 54 Columns.

Credit: Jeff Roffman


High School Opera Institute Rehearsals and Concert (June 2012)




Director Walter Huff leads the high
school students through vocal
exercises.


Credit: Tim Wilkerson

Anne Stillwagon and Walter Huff
go over music for the concert.



Credit: Tim Wilkerson

In The Magic Flute, Papageno
(August Bair) contemplates
suicide, but is promptly deterred
by three kind spirits.

Credit: Tim Wilkerson




Hansel (Daniela Rivera, left) and
Gretel (Rosie Hughes) argue in
typical brother and sister fashion.

Credit: Tim Wilkerson

(left to right) Daniela Rivera,
Sarah Pamplin, and Rachel Stein
perform "Three Little Maids" from
The Mikado.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson

Mr. Huff presents the participants
of the High School Opera Institute
to a full house.

Credit: Tim Wilkerson


Don Giovanni (April 28, May 1, 4, 6)

Photos from The Atlanta Opera production of Don Giovanni in the spring of 2012.




Leporello (Eduardo Chama) sings
the famous catalog aria describing
the conquests of Don Giovanni
to Donna Elvira (Melody Moore),
one of the women he's betrayed.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson

Masetto (Brent Davis) and Zerlina
(Angela Kloc) dance and sing with
merry townspeople at an engage-
ment celebration.

Credit: Tim Wilkerson

Don Giovanni (Andrea Concetti)
tries to seduce the recently
engaged Zerlina (Angela Kloc)


Credit: Tim Wilkerson




Donna Anna (Pamela Armstrong)
asks Don Ottavio (Nicholas Phan)
to avenge her father's death and
her honor.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson

The Commendatore (Andrew
Kroes) offers Don Giovanni re-
pentance. Don Giovanni refuses.

Credit: Tim Wilkerson

The statue (Andrew Kroes) drags
Don Giovanni (Andrea Concetti)
to hell.

Credit: Tim Wilkerson


24-Hour Opera Project (January 20 and 21, 2012)

Check out these photos from our 24 hours of mayhem and mini-operas!




Janeen Griffin (right) and
Robert Adams tell Laura Peacock
of their accidental affair years ago
in the opera The Layover.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson

In Edward’s Eatery,
Gerald Yarbray declares his love
for his “Sausage Queen,”
Vivian Clifton.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson

Angels John Elliot Yates and
Sondra Collins (left) with Paula Deen
sung by Christine Lyons (center)
in Krispy Kremes and Butter Queens.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson




Sharon Blackwood, Sarah
Vautour, and Ariana Wehr
stand at attention in
The Accidental Affair.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson

Katie Oates as Lady Death
sings to Lord Death,
baritone Ivan Segovia,
in The Grass is Always Deader.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson

The team of Krispy Kremes and
Butter Queens
celebrates winning
both the Judges' Award and
Audience Favorite.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson


Lucia di Lammermoor - (November 12, 15, 18, 20, 2011) 

Production photos from the Atlanta Opera's Lucia di Lammermoor.

Edgardo (Jonathan Boyd) and
Lucia (Georgia Jarman) declare
their love for each other during
their Act I duet.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson.

Enrico (Stephen Powell)
reprimands Lucia
(Georgia Jarman) about her
reluctance to marry Arturo.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson.

Raimondo (Arthur Woodley)
despairs over the fate of this
tragic family.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson.

Raimondo (Arthur Woodley),
Alisa (Susan Nicely), and Enrico
(Stephen Powell) watch as Lucia
(Georgia Jarman) deteriorates
into madness.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson.

Georgia Jarman plays Lucia in
the famous "Mad Scene."
Credit: Tim Wilkerson.

In the final scene, the ghost of
Lucia (Georgia Jarman) reaches
out to Edgardo (Jonathan Boyd)
after he has stabbed himself.
Credit: Tim Wilkerson.


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