LA Opera Adds New Production To 2018-19 Season

The Los Angeles Opera continues to alter its 2018-19 season, now adding an opera that was not originally slated to appear at all.

The work in question is David T. Little’s “Soldier Songs,” which will a single performance on Oct. 13, 2018. The work will be showcased as part of the company’s Off Grand showcases and will be directed by Ashley Tata at the Ford Theatre.

The work will star David Adam Moore, who first starred in the opera when it first premiered in 2008 at the Poisson Rouge.

This is the latest change to the 2018-19 season, following the date change for the first performance of the company production of “El Gato Montés, which will star Plácido Domingo and Ana María Martinez.

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