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Chorus pro Musica presents


Sunday, May 31, 2009 at 3pm
New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall
30 Gainsborough Street, Boston

Concert performance with full orchestra
In Italian with projected English translation

Othalie Graham (Turandot)
Kip Wilborn (Calaf)
Eleni Calenos (Liu)
Jeffrey Rink, conductor


The performance features Boston audience favorites David Kravitz, Frank Kelly, and Charles Blandy as Ping, Pang, and Pong, as well as the Boston City Singers, Jane Money, Artistic Director.

Considered Puccini’s masterpiece, Turandot remains as popular today as at its premiere in 1926. Set in China in “legendary times,” it tells the story of Prince Calaf'’s courtship of the icy princess Turandot, whose suitors must successfully answer three riddles or face certain death. The prince succeeds and then poses his own riddle to Turandot: she must discover his name. The opera is full of fiery, exotic music and soaring melodies, including the sublime tenor aria “Nessun dorma.” At 2 pm in the hall, opera expert Michael Sims will discuss the history and development of Puccini’s opera.


Click below to select seats and purchase tickets or call 800.658.4276 anytime for best available seating.

Purchase Tickets

For wheelchair-accessible seats or other seating needs, call 617.267.7442 (M-W-F, 10am-1pm).

Tickets: $37, $57, $77

(includes a $2 fee for the preservation and maintenance of Jordan Hall)

10% off ticket prices for seniors, students, WGBH members, and groups of 6 or more.







The performance and lecture are sponsored by Concert Opera Boston.


Chorus pro Musica
645 Boylston Street
Boston MA 02116



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