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Cincinnati Opera 2013 Music Festival - Galileo Galilei

Caitlin Centner
7:30 p.m., Sunday July 14

Don Giovanni, Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte, will take place in Springer Auditorium at Cincinnati Music Hall. 

Der Rosenkavalier, Composed by Richard Strauss Libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal, will also take place in Springer Auditorium at Cincinnati Music Hall.

Galileo Galilei, Composed by Philip Glass Libretto by Mary Zimmerman, with Philip Glass and Arnold Weinstein New Production, will be performed in Corbett Theater at the School for Creative and Performing Arts.

Aida, Composed by Giuseppe Verdi Libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni, will be performed at the Springer Auditorium inside Cincinnati Music Hall. 



Where: School for Creative and Performing Arts
Phone: 513-241-2742
Address: 108 West Central Pkwy.
Website: www.cincinnatiopera.org

School for Creative and Performing Arts

108 West Central Pkwy.
Over-the-Rhine, Ohio
45202
 
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