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With the 2008/09 season-opening production of La Traviata set to open on Friday, September 26, we're happy to share some of the most powerful moments of the production! Photos courtesy Cory Weaver.
Act I. Love blooms between Violetta (soprano Maria Kanyova) and Alfredo (tenor Richard Troxell).
Act I. But suddenly Violetta has second thoughts about giving up her lively world and sings the famous "Sempre Libera."
Act II. She eventually gives in to that love, sharing her life with Alfredo, only to hear from Alfredo's father (baritone Richard Zeller) that she must abandon that love.
Act II. Alfredo gets the same message from his father.
Act III. And so the two have parted ways. But in this powerful scene, the lovers reunite. Alas, Violetta is clearly very ill.
|Act III. The final moment as Violetta dies.|
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