Sunday, August 14, 2022

Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito with James Conlon and the CSO

Mozart in the Martin

Venue: Martin Theatre Part of: CSO Residency
Genre: Classical
Donor Gates Open:
10:30 AM
Public Gates Open:
11:00 AM
Concert Starts:
1:00 PM
Sponsor: The Negaunee Foundation
Sponsor: Howard L. Gottlieb and Barbara G. Greis


Reserved Seats: $60–$125
General Lawn Admission: $15

* No Premium Lawn Blocks are offered for this event.

Parking FREE

Ravinia’s main public parking area is located at 201 Ravinia Park Road. Parking is also free for Martin Theatre, Kids and Dance concerts. More Info.

Views of the Stage

The Martin Theatre is an indoor venue. While audio of the performance is broadcast outside for Lawn ticketholders, the stage is not visible from any location on the Lawn.

About the Artist

Jealousy and subversion abound in ancient Rome as the emperor Titus chooses his empress, but when choices of consequence and conscience arise, the emperor proves his mettle as the heart of a nation.


Janai Brugger Models The Role Of Presence In Floating Higher

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Clemency, Forgiveness, and Love: Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito

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Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Apollo Chorus of Chicago
James Conlon, conductor
Matthew Polenzani, tenor (Tito)
Guanqun Yu, soprano (Vitellia)
Emily D’Angelo, mezzo-soprano (Sesto)
Janai Brugger, soprano (Servilia)
Ashley Dixon, mezzo-soprano (Annio)
Kristinn Sigmundsson, bass (Publio)
Louis Lohraseb, harpsichord and assistant conductor
Harry Silverstein, stage director


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:       La clemenza di Tito

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