The Lyric Opera of Chicago presents LA TRAVIATA.
Alongside the extensive spectacle of Wagner’s Parsifal, the Lyric is simultaneously offering a Verdi classic. La Traviata is simply gorgeous. After navigating through the complexity of Wagner’s world, we are back to opera basics, a tragic love story. As much as Parsifal is about the musical pageantry, La Traviata is all about passionate singing. Seeing these offerings back to back showcases why the Lyric is world renown. Read the rest of my review at Chicago Theater Beat.
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