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Portland Opera, Portland Baroque Orchestra

BRETT CAMPBELL
7:30 pm Friday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, March 15-23; 2 pm Sunday, March 17., Friday March 15 | $53-$79.
Newmark Theatre
1111 SW Broadway
 
After a scintillating and successful 2009 venture into the resurgent world of Baroque opera with La Calisto, PO and PBO resume their productive collaboration in the ideally intimate venue of Newmark Theatre with a welcome revival of the 1711 opera that made George Frederic Handel a star in England. This new production of his magnificent Christians vs. Saracens sword and sorcery epic, Rinaldo, features a stellar cast of the company’s top studio artists and some of the most beautiful tunes of the Baroque era, conducted byGary Thor Wedow.




Where: Newmark Theatre
Phone: 241-1802
Address: 1111 SW Broadway
Website: http://www.pcpa.com

 
 

Newmark Theatre

1111 SW Broadway
Portland, OR
 
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