The stage comes alive with Puccini’s most beloved opera, “La Bohème,” starring Pacific Symphony, led by Music Director Carl St.Clair, and a cast of magnificent voices that include tenor David Lomeli as Rodolfo, soprano Maija Kovalevska as Mimi, baritone Hyung Yun as Marcello, soprano Georgia Jarman as Musetta, bass Denis Sedov as Colline, baritone Jeremy Kelly as Schaunard, bass Thomas Hammons as Benoit/Alcindoro and tenor Nicholas Preston as Parpignol.
|—||Tim Mangan’s OC Register review of Pacific Symphony’s “La Bohème.”|
If you didn’t get the chance to take our “Which Bohemian Are You?” quiz last night at our first La Bohème performance, you still have two more opportunities. Stop by in the lobby to find out if you are a Mimi, a Rodolfo, a Marcello or a Musetta and don’t forget to get a keepsake card for your character.
Saturday is sold out, but tickets for Tuesday are currently available.
Soprano Georgia Jarman has been hailed by the New York Times for her “luminous, appealing and agile voice.” On the concert stage, she has appeared with Robert Spano conducting Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in performances of Musetta in La Bohème (released commercially on the Telarc label) and returned for Orff’s Carmina burana and excerpts of Il Barbiere di Siviglia. She made her Avery Fisher Hall debut as Rozenn in Lalo’s Le roi d’Ys with the American Symphony Orchestra. Jarmen received a Master of Music degree from the Manhattan School of Music and her Bachelor of Music from Boston University.
“Georgia Jarman nailed each note with glittering precision and high-flying ease, scattering vocal diamonds…audiences roared their delight.” -Opera News
Hear Georgia Jarman sing the role of Musetta, the flirt for Pacific Symphony’s production of “La Bohème,” April 19, 21 and 24, at 8 p.m. at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. www.PacificSymphony.org/Boheme