Ad Spot

Encore Opera Theatre to present ‘Cosi fan tutte’

MADISON, HUNTSVILLE – Encore Opera Theatre is finalizing its presentation of a comic opera by Mozart for performances in Madison and Huntsville.

The theatre group will present “Cosi fan tutte – Love Is Never a Sure Bet” at Asbury United Methodist Church in Madison on March 13 at 7:30 p.m. and at Church of the Nativity in Huntsville on March 14 at 2 p.m.

Admission will be free, but donations will be accepted. The concert performances will feature full orchestra and chorus. John South is handling music direction.

Founded in 2018, Encore Opera Theatre promotes the love of singing and opera. From that point, the Encore Opera Theatre has grown and continues to grow and is now a 501(c)3 organization.

The organization’s vision is to grow into a full opera company and to continue to share a love of opera music with other musicians and the community, according to its website. Their mission involves promoting opera in North Alabama, providing quality performances to audiences and offering collaborative learning opportunities to musicians. (encoreopera.org)

For their next public work, Encore Opera Theatre will present “Cosi fan tutte – Love Is Never a Sure Bet,” the famous opera that Mozart composed. This comic opera focuses on two sisters who each has a lover who is a military officer.

Don Alfonso, a cynical bachelor, makes a bet with the two officers that their girlfriends would fall in love easily with someone else. Pretending to sail away on military assignments, the two lovers disguise themselves and try to win over the other girl. “Love is never a sure bet” as the subtitle says.

Encore Opera Theatre’s staff includes Executive Director Celese Sanders, Artistic Director Erin Huleskamp Bohn, President Sierra Hammond, Jim Sanders and Shane Kennedy.

For more information, call 256-417-9572, email info@encoreopera.org or visit encoreopera.org.

Bob Jones High School

American Legion’s Memorial Day Ceremony set for May 31

Madison

Colee, DeFazio and Howard honored as city employees of the year

James Clemens High School

Like to try a different sport? James Clemens Girls Lacrosse Team has openings

Madison

Rotary spearheads efforts in habitat for Monarch Butterfly Project

Madison

Heritage’s Chander, Nuzman, Gowder and Rajput shine at state science fair

Digital Version

Digital version of The Madison Record – May 12, 2021

Madison

Professional baseball returns to North Alabama, Trash Pandas fall 4-3 in home opener

Professional baseball returns to North Alabama, Trash Pandas fall 4-3 in home opener

Bob Jones High School

Joshua Lin, Nikhita Mudium named U.S. Presidential Scholars

Madison

Trash Pandas play home opener Tonight

Madison

Rocket City defeated 7-1 in Chattanooga

Business

Trash Pandas Underway

Harvest

Sergeant Major Bobby Lee completed several deployments to Middle East

Madison

Wild comeback leads Trash Pandas to first win

Madison

Emergency Water Outage – Highland Drive

Harvest

Moore performs in ‘Tinker Bell,’ works with models and Sparkman photographers

Madison

School board expected to vote on elementary rezoning plan tonight

Madison

Trash Pandas drop inaugural game 6-1 in Chattanooga

James Clemens High School

Chase Lynn’s work on Heritage Church campus secures his Eagle rank

Madison

Madison County Sheriff’s Office charges man for making school threats

Digital Version

Digital version of The Madison Record – May 5, 2021

Madison

New traffic signal at County Line Road and Old Highway 20 set for activation

Bob Jones High School

Bob Jones students gain perspective, win awards at HOSA conference

Madison

Trash Pandas season opener rained out

James Clemens High School

Gohlich restores refuge nature trail to earn Eagle rank in Boy Scouts

x