Patience

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The Royal College of Music in London will complete our cycle of English music with Patience by Gilbert and Sullivan, a satire on the British aesthetic movement of the 1870s. The operas of Gilbert and Sullivan are inseparable from the musical entertainment of the Victorian era, and the importance of Arthur Sullivan in England matches that of Jacques Offenbach in France.
Patience is the story of coy lovers, and ridiculous poetic jousting for the attention of a pretty young milkmaid who has no interest in poetry, all performed with typically British humour and sparkling music.

3 - 8 May 2011
Musée d'Orsay

auditorium level -2

Patience

Operetta

Students from the Royal College of Music in London
Michael Rosewell
, musical conduction
Patience
Opera in two acts by Arthur Sullivan (1881)
Booklet by William S. Gilbert

 
Caisse des Dépôts
Tue 3 May 2011 - 20h00
Thu 5 May 2011 - 20h00
Sat 7 May 2011 - 20h00
Sun 8 May 2011 - 15h00
Musée d'Orsay

auditorium level -2


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