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Portland State University Opera

BRETT CAMPBELL
7:30 pm Fridays, April 26 and May 3, Tuesday, April 30 and Saturday, May 4; 3 pm Sunday, April 28., Friday April 26 | $15-$26.
 
Ken Selden conducts the PSU Orchestra and veteran Artists Repertory Theatre director Jon Kretzu leads the student cast and rising, young star tenor Zachary Borichevsky (already singing internationally) in Puccini’s rarely performed operetta La Rondine. In this performance, the action is moved from 19th-century Paris and the Riviera to (shades of Opera Theater Oregon!) 1940s-’50s Douglas Sirk-era Hollywood.



Where: Lincoln Hall, Portland State University
Phone: 725-3307
Address: 1620 SW Park Ave.

 
 
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