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We have a pair of tickets to give away for each of the WNO summer productions - Jephtha June 4; Don Giovanni June 5; La boheme Jun 6.
La Boheme is one of the most popular operas, a tragic love story set in 1930s Paris.
This time revived by Caroline Chaney, the production is an intelligent look at the work, pretty enough to please those seeking a charming Boheme.
Opera lovers in Centre Square to watch La Boheme on the big screen
Backed by the Chisinau National Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra, this latest version of Puccini's masterpiece is based on Henri Murger's novel Scenes de la vie de boheme - a collection of vignettes portraying young bohemians living in the Latin Quarter of Paris in the 1840s.
REVOLT is proud to honor our first Black History Month on the air with the premiere of ' Brooklyn Boheme '," said Val Boreland , executive vice president of programming and production.
La Boheme is typical Puccini, closely focused on contemporaries of the composer at a time not too distant from us.
JEALOUSY, revenge, hopeless romance and a breathtaking wall of fire bring epic operas Aida and La Boheme to life in award-winning opera producer Ellen Kent's new tour.
La Boheme Welsh National Opera at Birmingham Hippodrome Annabel Arden's new production of La Boheme for Welsh National Opera debuted in June, and appeared in Birmingham shortly afterwards.
WHEN the singers step out on the Empire stage in the Welsh National Opera's La Boheme this month, they will be the public face - and voice - of what is a major collaborative operation.
WHEN Welsh National Opera chorus member Michael Clifton-Thompson auditioned for the role of Parpignol in the company's latest production of Puccini's La Boheme, he had no idea what he was letting himself in for.
He plays toy maker Parpignol in the company's production of Puccini's La boheme at Llandudno.