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Charlottesville Opera         
OPERA COMPANY
Ash lawn opera; Ash Lawn Opera
Charlottesville Opera, before 2017 known as Ash Lawn Opera,History, Charlottesville Opera is an opera company, founded in 1978 in Charlottesville, Virginia. For the company's first thirty years, performances were held in the boxwood garden at Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of President James Monroe.
Charlottesville Area Transit         
THE MASS TRANSPORTATION PROVIDER IN ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA
Charlottesville Transit Service
Charlottesville Area Transit (formerly Charlottesville Transit Service) is the provider of mass transportation in Charlottesville, Virginia. The organization was formed in 1975 when the city bought out Yellow Transit Company, which held a private monopoly on city busing.
operatic         
  • Armide]]'' in the [[Salle du Palais-Royal]] in 1761
  • Private baroque theatre in [[Český Krumlov]]
  • [[Claudio Monteverdi]]
  • [[Ferenc Erkel]], the father of Hungarian opera
  • Glinka]]'s ''[[A Life for the Tsar]]''
  • German opera orchestra from the early 1950s
  • Giuseppe Verdi, by [[Giovanni Boldini]], 1886
  • Illustration for the score of the original Vienna version of ''[[Orfeo ed Euridice]]''
  • [[Henry Purcell]]
  • Stravinsky in 1921
  • The Queen of the Night in an 1815 production of Mozart's ''[[Die Zauberflöte]]''
  • Leyli and Majnun]]"'' opera. 1934. [[Azerbaijan State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater]]
  • [[Leoš Janáček]] in 1917
  • Macbeth]]'' at the [[Savonlinna Opera Festival]] in [[St. Olaf's Castle]], [[Savonlinna]], Finland, in 2007
  • ''[[The Mikado]]'' (Lithograph)
  • Ulriksdal Palace Theatre]] at the 40-year jubilee in 2016 of its funding, renovation and subsequent reopening
  • Panini]], 1747, [[Musée du Louvre]])
  • Score of Smetana's ''[[The Bartered Bride]]''
  • Richard Wagner
  • [[Magdalena Kožená]] and [[Jonas Kaufmann]] in a scene from ''[[Carmen]]'', [[Salzburg Festival]] 2012
  • Arnold Schoenberg in 1917; portrait by [[Egon Schiele]]
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  • Brünnhilde throws herself on Siegfried's funeral pyre in Wagner's ''[[Götterdämmerung]]''
  • [[Sydney Opera House]]
  • [[La Scala]] of Milan
  • [[Thomas Arne]]
  • [[Antonio Vivaldi]], in 1723
ARTFORM COMBINING SUNG TEXT AND MUSICAL SCORE IN A THEATRICAL SETTING
Operas; Operatic; Opera singers; Operatics; Baroque opera; The Opera; Opera singer; Opera company; Opera (Music); Operatic scene; Opera music; Western opera; Opera in Baroque era
Operatic means relating to opera.
...the local amateur operatic society.
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