The Palm Beach Opera has announced its 2024 season featuring three beloved masterworks.
In a statement said PBO’s General and Artistic Director David Walker, “After the incredible success of our 2023 Season, which surpassed revenue goals and welcomed many first-time audiences, we are thrilled to follow up with such a powerhouse season. Featuring three of the most illustrious and significant operas in the repertoire – all performed by acclaimed artists from around the world – the 2024 Season continues the tradition of excellence that PBO is known for.”
The company will honor the 100-year anniversary of Giacomo Puccini’s death with “Tosca.” The opera will star Maria José Siri, Greer Grimsley, and Mario Chang. There will be a second cast starring Caitlin Gotimer, Jonathan Burton, and Aleksey Bodanov. David Stern conducts and Omer Ben Seadia directs.
Performance Dates: Jan. 26-28, 2024
The company will present a gala with Isabel Leonard.
Performance Dates: Feb. 5, 2024
The season continues with Jacques Offenbach’s “The Tales of Hoffmann.” Kang Wang and Dominck Chenes star in the title role. The opera also stars Brandie Sutton, Erika Baikoff, Zachary Nelsons, Emily Fons, Mark Delavan, and Julius Ahn. David Gately directs and David Stern conducts.
Performance Dates: March 1-3, 2024
Vincenzo Bellini’s cherished “Norma” will close the season. Carlo Montanaro conducts and Jessica Pratt stars in the first cast alongside Ashley Dixon and Paolo Fanale. The second cast stars Marigona Qerkezi, Anne Marie Stanley, and Moisés Salazar. Nicolas Testé plays Oroveso in both casts. Nic Muni directs.
Performance Dates: April 5-7, 2024
All performances will take place at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.