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La Bohème Conducted by Andrew Litton **Semi-Staged Production**

Andrew Litton, conductor
John Pickle, Rodolfo
Sonja Krenek, Mimi
Raymond Ayers, Marcello
Tess Altiveros, Musetta
Adam Ewing, Schaurnard
Matthew Trevino, Colline
John Clayton Seesholtz, Benoit & Alcindoro
Kevin Gwinn, Parpignol
Robert Neu, stage director
Colorado Children’s Chorale, Deborah DeSantis, artistic director


Andrew Litton conducts the Symphony in a staging of a beloved Puccini opera, La Bohème, 120 years after its premiere in Turin, Italy. The heartbreaking story of impassioned, young bohemians in a reimagined contemporary Paris – also adapted into the Broadway smash, Rent. La Bohème tells the timeless tale of love found and lost between Rodolfo and Mimi as they enjoy their youth in the lively Latin Quarter. The Colorado Symphony Chorus and the Colorado Children’s Chorale add another layer to the complexity of this classic story. This concert event follows Andrew Litton’s and the Orchestra’s smashing production of Tosca which was presented during the 2014/15 season.