This girl is on FIRE.
Thu, April 6, 2017, at 7pm
Sat, April 8, 2017, at 8pm
Andrew jackson Hall, TPAC
Spanish gypsies, strapping bullfighters, and the masterfully seductive music of Bizet make for one of the most stunning (and steamiest!) operas ever written. There’s no wonder CARMEN is one of the most often performed and beloved operas in all of the world. Don José, a young soldier, has his life planned out: he has a solid career in the military, he’ll marry his innocent hometown sweetheart, everything in perfect order. But then he meets Carmen. The sensual tale of a free-spirited untamable gypsy girl, CARMEN seethes with passion, emotion, and desire. Bizet’s stunning music paints the days of Spanish heat—and the nights of fiery passion—with an all-consuming fever that cannot be ignored. Be seduced.
Sung in French with projected English translations.
Three acts, two intermissions (2 hours, 55 minutes total)
Free "Opera Insights" Preview Talks
No one talks opera like Nashville Opera's own General and Artistic Director John Hoomes! Join John and members of the artistic staff for a fun informative FREE preview talk, one hour before each performance in the theater. Amusing trivia and insider stories make the evening more fun!
Dinner before CARMEN, April 8
Nashville Opera Guild's Premiere Dinner in the Waller Penthouse puts you steps from the theater. It's an elegant, convenient way to make a night of it! Valet parking is included. LEARN MORE