Miami performances are at the Ziff Ballet Opera House at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami.
Fort Lauderdale performances are at the Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, 201 SW 5th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale.
Children must be at least six years old to attend.
Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave
She was one of the most desirable women in Paris but was labeled by society as "la traviata," a woman who has
gone astray. When she at last meets a young man with whom she truly falls in love, his father demands a supreme sacrifice from her to
save the family's reputation. Her broken heart and the disease that ravages her body bring her to an early and tragic death.
Verdi's Violetta Valéry is one of opera's most sublimely drawn characters, and La
traviata has continued to captivate audiences for more than 150 years. Verdi's glorious music and Violetta's moving demise
make La traviata one of grand opera's most compelling experiences.
María Alejandres [April 20, 23, 26, May 2, 5]
Suzanne Vinnik [debut; April 21, 24, 27, May 4]
Ivan Magrì [debut; April 20, 23, 26, May 2, 5]
John Bellemer [debut; April 21, 24, 27, May 4]
Giorgio Caoduro [debut; April 20, 23, 26, May 2, 5]
Joo Won Kang [April 21, 24, 27, May 4]
Set and Costume Designer
Allen Charles Klein
Michael Sakir [debut]
Sung in Italian with English and Spanish projected titles.
Photo © by Deborah Gray Mitchell for Florida Grand Opera