Perhaps one of the most famous operas of all time, The Barber of Seville features opera’s most famous barber, Figaro, who plays the role of translator as Rossini’s witty, sparkling score takes center stage. Perfect for the whole family, this 45-minute adaptation will be performed in Spanish and English and demonstrates the power of love to triumph over adversity of every kind.
This free performance – originally scheduled for last fall but cancelled due to weather – is part of the Belting on the BeltLine series, a collaboration between The Atlanta Opera and the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership to bring free public opera performances to outdoor venues and public schools along the Atlanta BeltLine.
This performance is FREE and open the public. Scroll down for a few images from the performance of this same opera last fall at Barack & Michelle Obama Academy. We look forward to seeing you all at Historic Fourth Ward Park in March!