The Barber of Seville is one of Rossini’s many comic operas where the concept of bel canto (beautiful song) combined with broad physical comedy makes the comic situations even funnier. Director J.J. Hudson and TCO Community Engagement Manager John Rozzoni talk about how it’s “all in the timing”. Performances are October 23rd at 7:30pm and the 25th at 3pm in the Forum on Washington St. in downtown Binghamton. There is also a free Operalogue presented by professor Paul Schleuse with performances by members of the cast on October 17th in the Opera Center at 315 Clinton St. in Binghamton.
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