Last Thursday the five of us got into our glad rags and caught the bus to Circular Quay. We walked in the direction of the opera house and got to the end just as the sun was going down. We had a drink and a bite to eat while watching the lights from the harbour bridge appear through the twilight. Then we went into the opera house for a performance of Verdi’s La Traviata. It was a first for all of us and we enjoyed everything about it – the spectacular building with its views of the harbour, the orchestra playing the overture, the sumptuous sets, the singing and the familiar music. We got tears in our eyes when Violetta parts from Alfredo and were stunned when she dies! None of us will quickly forget the wonderful experience.
3 thoughts on “La Traviata”
How wonderful – I’ve walked around the outside of the opera house but never been inside – what an experience.
It really was. You should try it – perhaps for a ballet performance. I’ll accompany you!
Great idea – I am going to the new Michael Flaterley
River Dance after my oral exam with Cara – really looking forward to that as have meant to go for years!