Coda Clash: Tragic Love - "Carmen" and "Tosca"

Join Daniel Balsam and Chris Stacey for their musical series: Coda Clash. Coda Clash is part educational, part entertainment, and entirety fun. Dan and Chris present their analysis of each opera's score, libretto, and production based on the evening’s theme. Through the use of argumentation, and audio and video clips, they leave the final judgement of what opera wins the Coda Clash up to the audience.

Musical Compositions: Carmen, Georges Bizet (1875) and Tosca, Giacomo Puccini (1900)

Theme: Tragic Love. Passion, Scandal, Jealousy, Death.

Coda Clash: Which opera most persuasively encapsulates tragic love as an expressive term?

Date: Wednesday, December 28, 2022

Time: 6:30PM Central

Cost: Free

Location: Zoom Video Conference

Recommended Reading

Carmen Abroad: Bizet's Opera on the Global Stage, New Edition, Clair Rowden (Editor), Richard Langham Smith (Editor)

Tosca's Rome: The Play and the Opera in Historical Perspective, Susan Vandiver Nicassio

WHEN
December 28, 2022 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
WHERE

Zoom Video Conference

Chicago, IL
United States
CONTACT

Chris Stacey

Will you come?