Puget Sound Concert Opera Presents
Mozart’s first significant and enduring comic masterpiece is a delightful mix of wit and whimsy combined with the more serious ideals of constancy, heroism and forgiveness. Music and dialogs will be performed concert style in German with German and English supertitles. Conducted and arranged by Bernard Kwiram with an eight-piece chamber ensemble, chorus and principal cast of singers. Additional performance on Friday, November 15 at 7:30pm – Music Center of the NW. See Puget Sound Concert Opera’s website for more info.
Cast of Characters
|Robert McPherson as Belmonte, a Spanish nobleman|
|Jennifer Pfile Bromagen as Konstanze, betrothed to Belmonte|
|Anna Galavis as Blondchen, Konstanze’s English maid|
|Conducted and Arranged by Bernard Kwiram|
|John Eric Rutherford as Pedrillo, Belmonte’s servant|
|Michael Dunlap as Osmin, overseer for the Pasha|
|Renwick Hester as Bassa Selim, the Pasha|
|Chorus Master, John Burkhardt|
Taking advantage of the rich and vibrant local classical music scene, Puget Sound Concert Opera (PSCO) takes pride in casting the best local performers to create high quality, yet affordable productions of the world’s greatest Operas. With our innovative concert opera format, PSCO’s productions allow audience members to see, hear and feel the music up close in intimate venues.