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Role of Schaunard in La Boheme : Composer: Giacomo Puccini English, David Landon 2007

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ROLE OF SCHAUNARD IN LA BOHEME COMPOSER: GIACOMO PUCCINI  by DAVID LANDON ENGLISH  B.Mus., University of British Columbia, 2005  A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF  MASTER OF MUSIC in  THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (Opera)  THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  March 2007  © David Landon English, 2007  ABSTRACT The thesis for the Master of Music degree in Opera consists of the performance of a major role in one full opera production in the first or second year. My major role in one full opera production was Schaunard performed in February 8 and 10 of 2007. th  th  La Boheme on  La Boheme Director: Nancy Hermiston Conductor: Neil Varon  February 8, 9,10, 2007, 8 pm February 11, 2007, 3 pm Presented by the UBC Opera Ensemble and UBC Symphony Orchestra in cooperation with  ORIGINAL  ~.£yjkj>€?  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For more information or to make a gift, call 604.822.8246  UBC Opera Ensemble  UBC M U S I C  La Boheme Music by Giacomo Puccini Libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica after the novel by Henry Murger  Director, Nancy Hermiston Conductor, Neil Varon featuring UBC Opera Ensemble and UBC Symphony Orchestra There will be one 20-minute intermission Chan Shun Concert Hall February 8, 9,10,11, 2007 This production is made possible by generous assistance o f the Chan Endowment Fund o f the University o f British Columbia and the D a v i d Spencer Endowment Encouragement Fund  Synopsis Act I. In the four bohemians' garret. Marcello is painting while Rodolfo gazes out of the window. A s they have no fire, they use the manuscript o f Rodolfo's drama for fuel. Colline, the philosopher, enters shivering and disgrunded at not having been able to pawn some books. Schaunard, the musician o f the group, arrives with food, wood, wine, and money, and he explains the source o f his riches — a job with an English gendeman. Nobody listens, but they fall ravenously upon the food, which is removed by Schaunard, leaving only the wine. While they drink, Benoit, the landlord, arrives to collect the rent. They natter him and give him wine. In his drunkenness, he recites his amorous adventures, but when he also declares he is married, they thrust him from the room in comic moral indignation. The rent money is divided for a carousal in the Quartier Latin. The other Bohemians go out, but Rodolfo remains alone in order to work. Some one knocks, and M i m i , whose candle has been snuffed out, asks Rodolfo to light it. She departs, but returns in a few minutes, saying she has forgotten her key. Both candles are extinguished; they stumble in the dark, and Rodolfo finds the key, which he pockets. They relate the story o f their varied experiences in the two arias. ("Che gelida manina — What a cold little hand"; and "Si, mi chiamano M i m i — Yes, they call me Mimi.") The waiting friends call Rodolfo impatiently. H e wishes to remain at home with M i m i , but she decides to accompany him. Departing they sing o f their love. (Duet, Rodolfo and M i m i : " O soave fanciulla — O h gende maiden") Act II. Quartier Latin. A great crowd on the street, sellers praise their wares. (Chorus: "Aranci, datteri! Caldi i marroni — Oranges, dates! H o t chestnuts."). The friends repair to Cafe Momus. While they eat, Musetta, formerly beloved of Marcello, arrives with her rich government minister admirer Alcindoro. She tries to attract Marcello's attention with a risque song (Song, Musetta: "Quando me'n vo — When I go along"), and succeeds after many efforts. To get rid o f Alcindoro, she feigns suffering from a tight shoe and sends him to the shoemaker. During the ensemble, Musetta and Marcello fall into each other's arms and reconcile. The friends wish to pay the bill, but to their consternation find Schaunard's riches gone; the sly Musetta has the entire bill charged to Alcindoro. Marcello and Colline carry Musetta out on their arms amid the applause o f the spectators. When all have gone, Alcindoro arrives with the shoe seeking Musetta. The waiter hands him the bill, and horror-stricken at the amount he sinks upon a chair.  A C T III. A t the toll gate.  Peddlers come to the city. M i m i , coughing violentiy, wishes to speak to Marcello, who resides in a little tavern near the barrier where he paints signs for the innkeeper. She tells him of her hard life with Rodolfo, who has abandoned her that night. (Mimi: " O buon Marcello, aiuto! — O h , good Marcello, help me!") Marcello tells her that Rodolfo is sleeping at the inn. He has just awakened and is seeking Marcello, and M i m i conceals herself. Rodolfo first claims he left M i m i because of her coquettishness, but finally lets on that he fears she is consumed with a deadly illness and should be comforted by a wealthier suitor. Marcello, out of charity for M i m i , endeavours to silence him, but she has already heard all; she is discovered by her coughing. Marcello joins Musetta, Rodolfo and M i m i are about to separate (Mimi: "Donde lieta usci — From here she happily left"), but are finally reconciled. Musetta approaches with Marcello, who is jealous. They depart after a fierce quarrel. (Quartet: M i m i , Rodolfo, Musetta, Marcello: "Addio dolce svegliare alia mattina! — Goodbye, sweet awakening in the morning!") A c t IV. B a c k i n the garret.  Marcello and Rodolfo are seemingly at work, though they are primarily bemoaning the loss o f their respective beloveds. (Duet: " O M i m i , tu piu non torni" — O M i m i , will you not return?) Schaunard and Colline arrive with a very frugal dinner. They parody a plentiful banquet, dance and sing. Musetta appears and says that M i m i is back, but she's very weakened by her illness, and all assist the dying girl. Musetta and Marcello depart to sell Musetta's earrings to get money for medicine; while Colline and Schaunard leave to pawn Colline's coat (Colline: "Vecchia zimarra — O l d coat") M i m i and Rodolfo, left alone, recall their past happiness. (Duet, M i m i and Rodolfo: "Sono andati? — Have they gone?") The others return, and while Musetta prays aloud, M i m i dies. Schaunard checks on M i m i and sadly says that she's dead, Rodolfo is horrified, cries out Mimi's name and starts sobbing.  Neil Varon N e i l Varon's conducting career spans almost 30 years and several continents. B o r n i n N e w York in 1950, Varon studied piano, composition, and conducting at the Juilliard School. Prior to joining the Eastman faculty in 2002, he held positions at Diisseldorf Opera, the Istanbul Opera, the Vienna Chamber Opera, the joint theaters of Krefeld and Monchengiadbach (Germany), the Bremen Opera, and the Niirnberg Opera. Varon has been a frequent guest in Asia. He conducted the Korean Symphony in Seoul, the Yomiuri N i p p o n Symphony in Tokyo, and the Kyushu Philharmonic in Fukuoka. In 1991 and 1992 he led the Tokyo Philharmonic in a series of performances o f The Magic Flute for the Mozart Festival in Japan. After completing his second term as general music director o f Gelsenkirchen in 1996, Varon concentrated on international guest performances for the next several years. In 1996, he performed in both Japan and Korea, with the Chamber Orchestra of Kanazawa, the orchestra of the Toho Gakuen Academy (Toyama), and the Suwon Philharmonic, Korea. H e also led performances with the Frankfurter Chamber Orchestra in the Giuseppe Verdi Hall in Milan, Italy, and conducted a series o f performances with the Norddeutsche Philharmonie in Rostock, Germany. In 1997, he traveled to the U.S. to conduct a new production o f Humperdinck's lesser-known opera Die Konigskinder at the Sarasota Opera. In 1999, Varon made his Swedish debut in Malmo, performing Puccini's Turandot to great critical acclaim. In addition, Varon has conducted in numerous theaters such as the H a m burg State Opera, the Niirnberg Opera, Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Stuttgart Opera, the Berlin Staatsoper, and the N e w York City Opera, as well as performing with the Haydn Orchester in Bolzano, Italy, the Conservatory Orchestra at the Toho Gakuen Conservatory in Tokyo, and the Philharmonia Hungarica. H e directed the German premiere o f Un Re in Ascolta by Luciano Berio in Diisseldorf, and the world premiere of Erinys by Volker David Kirchner in Wuppertal. Varon continues to appear as guest conductor for operas, symphonies, and music festivals throughout Europe and Asia. 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Collins Development Coordinator Rich Hamakawa Production Clerk Joyce Hinton Associate Managing Director Programming & Administration Sid Kat2 Managing Director Beng Khoo Operations Clerk Flora Lew Financial Coordinator Rachel Lowry Marketing & Programming Coordinator Cameron McGill Associate Managing Director, Facilities and Operations Scott Miller Head Stage Technician Jay O'Keeffe Head Audio Technician Andrew Riter Head Lighting Technician Nadia Roberts Events & Front of House Coordinator Owen Schellenberger Assistant Technical Director Laura Lee Shalevich Financial & Programming Clerk Francis Sykora Ticket Office Supervisor Dayna Szyndrowski Programming & Communications Assistant Coordinator Kristen Wong Reception/Clerk (Mat Replacement) Jowen Yeo System Administrator Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, University of British Columbia 6265 Crescent Road, Vancouver, B C Canada V6T 1Z1 www.chancentre.com  THE DANCE SHOP Wide selection of Shoes, Bodywear, and Gift items avilable for all levels and Budgets 1089 W E S T B R O A D W A Y , V A N C O U V E R B C 604-733-6116 1061 M A R I N E D R . 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Miss Coquette Clothing Boutique Nancy Hermiston Pan Asian Grill Probus Women's Club Red Door Richard Epp The Barefoot Contessa UBC Botanical Garden Vancouver Opera Association Vancouver Symphony Orchestra  UPCOMING:  Johannes-Passion (St. John Passion) ByJ. S. Bach  April 7 and 9 at 7:30pm Old Auditorium  More information: 604.822.5574  About the UBC Opera Ensemble The University of British Columbia Opera Ensemble was founded in 1995, with the appointment of Canadian lyric coloratura N a n c y H e r m i s t o n as Head of the Voice and Opera divisions. Beginning with a core o f seven performers, Ms. Hermiston has built the program to a 70-member company, performing two productions at U B C every season and touring the Czech Republic and Germany for the last seven summers. The Ensemble's mission is to educate young opera singers and to provide performance opportunities for them, thus preparing them for an international career. A s well, it seeks to provide a platform for new operatic and music theatre works. Past main season productions have included Ee Nosge di Figaro, Manon, Eugene Onegin, Robert Ward's The Crucible, and many more. The Ensemble also performed with Ben Heppner in a special concert at the Chan Centre, broadcast on C B C Radio. The Ensemble's mainstage productions for the 2006/07 season are The Gondoliers (Dec. 14-17) and one of the favourite operas o f all time— Puccini's Ca Boheme (Feb. 8-11). In the summer o f 2005, the Ensemble traveled to the Czech Republic to a critically acclaimed production o f Mozart's Costfan Tutte, which was performed in the Prague Estates Theatre, location of the premiere of Mozart's Don Giovanni. In addition, the Ensemble has mounted productions at the Usti nad Labem City Theatre as well as in neighboring cities. Ms. Hermiston was also invited to return to the Czech Republic in September 2001 to direct the European premier of The Crucible, and was accompanied by select students, past and present, who appeared in the production. The U B C Opera Ensemble has also performed in the Czech Republic for dignitaries at the Canadian Embassy. U B C is also very involved with professional companies in Vancouver. Last year they started a cooperative effort with the Vancouver Opera on Naomi's Road, an opera about the Japanese internment in B C , commissioned for touring to schools. Following a sold out set o f performances o f " A Merry O l d Evening o f Opera" at Bard on the Beach last Summer, members of the Ensemble, reunited with Christopher Gaze for a concert with the Vancouver Symphony. This past summer the Ensemble performed in productions o f Mozart's Don Giovanni and Ee Notfge di Figaro in the Czech  Republic. After their European tour the Ensemble returned to the West Ben Fesdval in Ontario for their third production at the Festival performing Gilbert and Sullivan's H.M.S. Pinafore. Their main fundraising event of the year will be their annual Masked Ball, held on the stage of The Chan Centre March 1, 2007. The funds they raise from this event will assist in costs for their upcoming productions and for their students to study and perform in Europe in the summer. The monies raised will assist in the further development of young artists who will go on to represent UBC in national and international careers.  A fjundraising event for the UBC Opera Ensemble  March \, 8 pm, on itage at the Chan Centre Memorable cuisine, dancing to the Dal Richards Orchestra and entertainment by the UBC Opera Ensemble. Tickets: $150, includes a tax receipt tor $100. 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The Borealis will give these instruments their Vancouver and Canadian debut on March 2nd Ravel String Quartet Schafer String Quartet No. 3 Shostakovich Piano Quartet  Sunday March 4, 4:00 pm Pacific Spirit Concerts - Faculty Artists Series Roelof Oostwoud, tenor and Sara Davis Buechner, piano Schubert Winterreise, Op. 89, D.911  Saturday March 17, 8:00 pm School of Music Celebrates 10 Years at the Chan Centre Almost 10 years to the day of the Chan Centre's inaugural concert we present an all Beethoven event to mark the anniversary Egmont Overture, "Choral Fantasy", and Symphony No. 9 Jane Coop, piano soloist; student and alumni vocal soloists; UBC Choirs; UBC Symphony Orchestra  auf  RICHARD STRAUSS STRAUSS  r  naxos Glorious tragedy and delectable comedy... performed simultaneously!  March 3, 6, 8, 10, 2007 Queen Elizabeth Theatre All performances 7:30pm In German with English Surtitles V A N C O U V E R  LwJSiire" »Ki««™«H»i.*»Ktn. 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