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Lori Philips, soprano
Jee Hyun Lim, soprano
Jane Dutton, mezzo soprano
Israel Lozano, tenor
Luis Ledesma, baritone
Mark Rucker, baritone
Kristopher Irmiter, bass-baritone
Io son l'umile ancella from Adriana Lecouveur
Jee Hyun Lim
The famous French actress, Adriana Lecouvreur, is preparing for her entrance. She is surrounded by admirers, but she insists "I am the humble servant of the creative genius that gives me words which I plant in one's heart; I am the echo of the human drama; my voice is a breath that dies on the morrow."
Rodgers & Hammerstein
Some Enchanted Evening from South Pacific
O fond du Temple Saint from Les Pecheurs du Perl
Israel Lozano & Luis Ledesma
Nadir and Zurga, childhood friends, reminisce about the beautiful priestess they both loved, and for whose affections their friendship was almost destroyed.
Amour viens aider from Samson et Dalilah
As Delilah waits for Samson to come to her, she prepares her betrayal of the Judge of Israel by summoning the gods of love to intoxicate him with their seductive powers.
Ecco l'orido campo from Un ballo in Maschera
Amelia is in love with Riccardo, king of Sweden. She, however, is married to the king's most trusted counselor, Renato. She has agreed to meet the king in secret in a deserted field. In this opening scene of Act II, she sings of her conflict, her terror, and her love.
O mio babbino caro from Gianni Schicchi
Jee Hyun Lim
Luretta, Gianni Schicchi's daughter, is in love with Rinuccio – the youngest member of the miserable Donati family who hate Gianni Schicchi. They, however, need the clever Schicchi to help them falsify the will of their recently departed rich uncle Buozo. Schicchi refuses until his daughter sings this magnificent aria in which she begs his help.
No puede ser from La taberna del Puerto
In this most famous Zarzuela by Sorozabal, the sailor Verdier arrives home after six years at sea. A new tavern has opened, in which all the sailors gather to soak in the beauty of Marola Maria. Verdier meets his old companions Leandro and Juan and he sings of the dangerous beauty of Marola Maria.
Eri tu from Un ballo in maschera
Renato has learned of his wife, Amelia's infidelity with his patron and friend, Riccardo, king of Sweden. Ironically, Amelia has refused to follow her heart out of devotion to her husband, but Renato does not believe her. In his passionate, jealous rage, he banishes her and sings of his betrayed, broken heart.
All The Things You Are
Questo Amor from Edgar
Edgar is torn between a faithful love for Fidelia and his passionate love for Tigrana. He deserts Fidelia to be with Tigrana, who is also the object of the affections of Frank, Edgar's brother. In Act II Edgar tells his brother of his regret for his 'shameful love' (questo amor vegogna mia) – Tigrana, however, swears revenge on the faithless Edgar for his betrayal.
Habanera from Carmen
Carmen has caught the eye of the young corporal Don Jose. To entice her next prey, the gypsy sings this famous aria about love – comparing it to a bird that cannot be caught, and woe to the one who does one day catch it.
Le veau d'or from Faust
Faust has sold his soul to the devil to regain his youth and to find love. Faust and Mephistofeles encounter a crowd of celebrating villagers. Mephisto laughs at their pitiful celebration and plying them with wine, whips the crowd into a passionate bacchanale to the golden calf.
Che gelida manina? from La boheme
The seamstress Mimi and the poet Rodolfo live in the same building in Paris. It is Christmas Eve and Mimi interrupts Rodolfo's work to ask him to relight her candle, which the wind has blown out. Coming into his apartment, she loses her key that the two stumble around to find. Instead of the key, Rodolfo finds Mimi's tiny cold hand, which he takes into his as he tells her of his life, his passions, and his love.
He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
Nessun Dorma from Turandot
The Chinese princess Turandot has pledged to marry the man who can answer her three riddles. The foreign prince Calaf does so, but tells the princess he will sacrifice himself at dawn if she can discover his name. Turandot orders that no one in Peking will sleep (nessun dorma) until she learns his name. Calaf sings that by morning he will be victorious and he will win the heart of the beautiful Turandot.