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Sun 13 June 2010

Following their successful production of Delius' Koanga at Sadler's Wells, Pegasus Opera Company once more offers audiences a rarely performed but seminal operatic work - this time, Scott Joplin's TREEMONISHA.

Set in the American South and written a century ago, Joplin's opera centres on Treemonisha, an educated former slave. In attempting to free her community from the grip of ignorance and superstition, she faces hostility, suspicion and dangerous opposition. Mirroring aspects of the composer's own life. Joplin's acclaimed opera, with its mastery of different musical styles, is a stirring and sparkling operatic gem.

A dramatic success
Opera Now
Bringing down the house
The Independent

By:Scott Joplin
Presented by:Pegasus Opera Company
Directed by:Iqbal Khan
Design/Lighting Design:Ciaran Bagnall
Choreography:Gerrard Martin
Cast:Bernard Abervandana, Chike Akwarandu, Donna Bateman,
Maureen Brathwaite, Rodney Clarke, Brian Green, Denver Martin Smith,
Andrew McIntosh, Hyacinth Nicholls, Herbert Perry, Toby Scholz
Music Arranger:Abram Wilson
Jazz Orchestra:Tomorrow's Warriors
Conductor:Peter Selwyn
Performance Time:



Evenings: £17.50
Concessions £2.50 off


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