ALBERT HERRING

By Benjamin Britten

Benjamin Britten’s 1947 opera presents a spirited and comic portrait of rural English life. It updates Guy de Maupassant’s short story ‘Le rosier de Madame Husson’, transporting the action to a small Suffolk market town.

Role:

Arminda

Director:

Hank Hammett

Conductor:

Paul Phillips

Composer:

Monteverdi

Venue:

Kingsbury Hall

ALBERT HERRING

BENJAMIN BRITTEN

24 February 2015

LOREM IPSUM DOLOR,

DALLAS, TX

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