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October 13 @ 8:00 pmFree
Maestro Gessi is a professor at the Trieste Conservatory, holder of the conducting course at the European Academy in Vicenza, and professor of orchestral conducting at the OperAverona lyric laboratory at the Berliner Meisterkurse. Learn more about Maestro Romolo Gessi via his website.
UNC Voice Students
Amours divins! ardentes flammes (La belle Hélène) by Offenbach
Vasilisa Iumatova, soprano & Ela Gabitov, piano
Vilja (Die lustige Witwe) by Lehár
Katherine Brown, soprano & Thomas Bastable, piano
Oh, is there not one maiden breast (Pirates of Penzance) by Gilbert & Sullivan
Timothy Yardley, tenor & Thomas Bastable, piano
Poor Wand’ring One (Pirates of Penzance) by Gilbert & Sullivan
Jessica Cotton, soprano & Thomas Bastable, piano
Italian Street Song (The Naughty Marietta) by Herbert
Caroline Mays, soprano & Ela Gabitov, piano
Csárdás: Sounds of My Homeland (Die Fledermaus) by J. Strauss II
Olivia Kesler, soprano & Thomas Bastable, piano
La petenera (La Marchenera) by Moreno Torroba
Jeanne Fischer, soprano & Maria Paulina García, piano
Canción de Marinela (La canción del olvido) by Serrano
Stella Ferrer, soprano & Ela Gabitov, piano
Flor roja (Los Gavilanes) by Guerrero
JohnPaul Savino, tenor & Ela Gabitov, piano
Me llaman la primorosa (El barbero de Sevilla) by Giménez & Nieto
Eden Rosenbaum, soprano & Maria Paulina García, piano
Dein ist mein ganzes Herz (Das Land des Lächelns) by Lehár
Timothy Sparks, tenor & Ela Gabitov, piano
Please plan to arrive early as parking on campus can be tricky. Learn more about parking and directions to UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus.
Maestro Romolo Gessi is artist-in-residence with the Department of Music from October 9-13, 2023. He will work with the UNC Wind Ensemble, conducting students, and voice students.
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