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May 7 Thu
7:00pm
Free

So you think you don’t like Pelléas and Mélisande?

James Conlon
classical, lectures-symposia, opera

Maestro James Conlon, the Richard Seaver Music Director of LA Opera, delivers one of his renowned lectures for UCLA, the Los Angeles Opera audience, and for all who wish to join via Zoom. "So you think you don't like Pelléas and Mélisande?" will be an illuminating and fascinating journey through French master Claude Debussy's sublime and elusive opera, with musical examples.

A password is required for admission to this virtual event. Please RSVP below for the Zoom Meeting ID and Password.

Prior to our event, we encourage you to listen to an engaging LA Opera podcast series on Pelléas and Mélisande featuring Maestro James Conlon.

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

A password is required for admission to this virtual event. Please RSVP below for the Zoom Meeting ID and Password.

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