Friday, September 10, 2010


The great and lovely moment has come for the opera music for the upcoming season


This is the 38th season where it is an Offenbach's Grand Duchess of Gerolstein, an uproarious operetta that has cool at the outflow of the armed forces. Mr. Thomas Petiet the Guild's artistic director said that this construction will be the Michigan opening of the show, where it is a well popular in Europe, but here it is not that much famous due to the deficient of renovation.

Mr. Thomas Petiet will execute his own translation which will give hands to the show especially for the American people. He also said that he want to attract the people who are not well-known in showing up the operetta.

Mr. Thomas Petiet said that they can sing, but not an operetta because it sounds like opera. These are the enjoyment in the music and the main concept in it that it should be classically trained. The choir members are needed to be trained professionally where they can add strength to the construction.

Date – September 14 from 7 to 10 pm. And September 17 from 7 to 10 pm

Venue- second Floor of The University of Michigan Music School, 1100 Baits, Ann Arbor and at the Plymouth Community Arts Council Building, 774 Sheldon in Plymouth

People should get ready with the song, with the sheet melody for the guide provided by them .For the singing group if the singer does not provide any sheet melody, they will basically tell them to sing. The people should get ready to read the script because there are number of acting will also be in the show.

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