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SCHEDULE OF FREE OPERA STREAMS FOR JULY: Janáček’s Jenůfa July 10–11 Berlioz’s Les Troyens (The Trojans) July 17–18 Strauss’ Elektra July 24–25 Verdi’s Luisa Miller July 31–August 1
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JENŮFA JULY 10–11
Scenes from Jenůfa (2016). Photos: Cory Weaver/San Francisco Opera
To begin San Francisco Opera’s July streams is the 2016 staging of Leoš Janáček’s Jenůfa that both the San Francisco Chronicle and Mercury News hailed as a “triumph.”
LES TROYENS (THE TROJANS) JULY 17–18
Scenes from Les Troyens (2015). Photos: Cory Weaver/San Francisco Opera
Rarely performed by even the largest opera companies, Hector Berlioz’s Les Troyens is a massive feat, often requiring gigantic set pieces and a top-tier conductor, cast, orchestra and chorus capable of handling the musical demands of the 1858 five-act score.
ELEKTRA JULY 24–25
Scenes from Elektra (2017). Photos: Cory Weaver/San Francisco Opera
The Company’s 2017 presentation of Richard Strauss’ dramatic, one-act 1909 opera, Elektra, features an exceptional cast led by one of the greatest interpreters of the title role today, soprano Christine Goerke.
LUISA MILLER JULY 31–AUGUST 1
Scenes from Luisa Miller (2015). Photos: Cory Weaver/San Francisco Opera
Set in the 17th-century Tyrolean Alps, Luisa Miller is one of composer Giuseppe Verdi’s mid-career dramas with text by Salvadore Cammarano based on a play by Friedrich Schiller.
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