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Yale Opera announces casting for spring operas

April 12, 2010

Yale Opera (Doris Yarick Cross, artistic director) has announced the casts for the upcoming production of Bizet’s La Tragédie de Carmen (adapted by Marius Constant, Peter Brook, and Jean-Claude Carrière) and Stravinsky’s Le Rossignol.

The double bill will be presented this coming Friday and Saturday, April 16 and 17, at 8 pm in Sprague Hall. Mark Streshinsky is the stage director; Timothy Shaindlin and Douglas Dickson provide musical direction and accompaniment.

Tickets are still available at music.yale.edu/concerts or 203 432-4158.

Casting for Friday, April 16 / Saturday, April 17:
(If only one name is listed, that singer will perform the role both nights.)


Gala El Hadidi / Jennifer Feinstein

David Pershall / Tyler Simpson

Don José
Michael-Paul Krubitzer

Amanda Hall

Jeremy Bowes

Lillas Pastia
Eric Barry


The Nightingale
Mireille Asselin / Jihee Kim

The Emperor
Tyler Simpson / Andrew Craig Brown

The Cook
Stephanie Gilbert

The Fisherman
Eric Barry

The Chamberlain
Lóránt Najbauer

The Bonze
Jeremy Bowes

Chrystal E. Williams

First Envoy
Michael-Paul Krubitzer

Second Envoy
Andrew Craig Brown / Tyler Simpson


Michael-Paul Krubitzer, Yale School of Music graduate, will perform in Livermore Valley Opera’s Rigoletto as the Duke of Manchua. Opening night Saturday, September 27, 2014 at the Bankhead Theater, Livermore, CA
Tickets: http://www.LivermoreValleyOpera.com
We are very pleased to have such a rich tenor voice to balance the strong baritone voice of Tony Award winner Eugene Brancoveanu who is cast as Rigoletto.
Richard Deets, Vice-President
Livermore Valley Opera

September 14th, 2014 | Richard