Carmen
Carmen
Nashville Opera Presents

Carmen

Carmen

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DATE:
September 26 + 28, 2024

LOCATION: Andrew Jackson Hall

STARTING AT: $30

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Public On Sale: May 21, 2024, at 9:30AM

CARMEN

September 26 + 28, 2024

Tennessee Performing Arts Center - Jackson Hall

Score by Georges Bizet

Libretto by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halevy

(Based on a novel by Propser Merimee)

Premiered in Paris, Opera Comique, March 3, 1875

Directed by John Hoomes

Conducted by Dean Williamson

Featuring the Nashville Opera Orchestra

Sung in French with projected English lyrics

Don Jose, a young soldier, has his life planned out. He’ll have a solid career in the military; he’ll marry his hometown sweetheart...everything in order. But then he meets...CARMEN. Considered by many to be the most popular opera ever written, the sensual tale of Carmen, the free-spirited, passionate girl, is a work teaming with excitement, emotion, and desire. Bizet’s stunning and beautiful music paints the days of desert heat, and the nights of fiery passion with an all-consuming fever that cannot be ignored.


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Accessibility - Andrew Jackson Hall

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  • Wheelchair accessible seating is located at the back of the orchestra level.
  • Elevators provide access to the Grand Tier, Loges, and Balcony.
  • Grand Tier Row E and Row P can be accessed without taking stairs.