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We're combining online rehearsals with lectures from experts across the curriculum. Lawyers, professors, and opera singers in virtual lecture halls discuss Bizet's timeless opera Carmen. Join us for one or join us for all!

Paul Epstein

Why the Bullfighter Always Gets the Girl: The Archetypes of Don Jose and Escamillo

Online

Wednesday, October 21st

7:30-8:30

PAUL EPSTEIN

Psychology and Drama Therapy

October 21

Why the Bullfighter Always Gets the Girl: The Archetypes of Don Jose and Escamillo 

ROBERT GREENBERG

Former Professor of Music San Francisco Conservatory; lecturer 'The Great Courses

November 4

A Conversation with Composer and Music Historian Robert Greenberg

ALEXANDER KAHN

Professor of Music, Sonoma State University

November 18

Mindfulness in Music

STEVEN THOMPSON

Professor of Music, American River College

September 2nd — Archived below

Introduction to "Carmen"

If you missed this event, scroll for the recorded lecture below.

DAVID BROOKS

Former Public Defender for El Dorado and Placer Counties/Currently in private practice

September 16th — Archived below

How to kill your lover and maybe get away with it.

ANNA MARIA MENDIETA

Acclaimed Harpist for Tango Del Cielo

September 30th — Archived below

The music of Spain and its influence across the musical world.

LAURA PRITCHARD

San Francisco Opera/ Harvard University

October 7th — Archived below

CSI Seville: Tracing The Authentic Roots of Prosper Merimee's Novella, 'Carmen'

ROBIN FISHER

Professor of Music, Sacramento State University

October 14th

Carmen: Femme Fatale

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Sacramento,  California
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